21508Re: [Clip] RegEx issue with \w and +
- Feb 1 7:13 AMYou're right about it being a OS (I/O) function, but you're wrong about that having nothing to do with NoteTab.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> And I thought I had already given the answer. The different treatment of
> <Alt><0nnn> and <Alt><nnn> is an OS function working independent of the
> current character set in any editor. It has nothing to do with NoteTab.
Just to prove to yourself that your wrong, open a new document in NoteTab, and in MS Notpad, and press the following keystroke sequences:
ALT+0228 (SPACE) ALT+132
By your reasoning, these should produce the same results in both editors.
However, it's the application (NoteTab), that decides what a keystroke means. The OS merely assures, that the app knows which key has been pressed.
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