136289Re: trouble with pattern, character collections
- Feb 20, 2013Hi Bram,
thanks for joining the discussion and participating.
returns 0, where is the 0 char stored as \n ..
So please take care about the use case: I'm not talking about buffers,
I'm talking about matchstr, substitute etc and viml strings.
I'm aware that both should be tested and documented which becomes clear
reading my later summary.
Anyway [^\n] matching \n is a very very unexpected behaviour.
Having \_[ syntax doesn't make sense, either. Because [\n] works and is
standard. And this should be visible in docs.
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