136211Re: trouble with pattern, character collections
- Feb 18, 2013Hi Ben!
On Mo, 18 Feb 2013, Ben Fritz wrote:
> I thought 7.3.796 fixed this so [^\n] is the same as '.'? Isn't that the case?
It is. The problem is, that there is a difference between the evaluated
string "[^\n]" which means match anything but linefeed and '[^\n]' which
means anything but "a line seperator". This is, so that the linefeed
control char whithin a text can be matched by '.' or [^\n]
Früher gab es da Universalregeln. Zum Glück ist es jetzt komplizierter
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