[erlang-questions] unexpected matching in re 12B5
Tue Feb 17 20:30:29 CET 2009
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 20:26, Attila Babo <babo.online@REDACTED> wrote:
> Let me reply from a quote from the very same document:
> The Erlang literal syntax for strings give special meaning to the "\"
> (backslash) character. To literally write a regular expression or a
> replacement string containing a backslash in your code or in the
> shell, two backslashes have to be written: "\\".
It turns out that \s is parsed as a character with ASCII code 32 - i.e. a space.
> io:fwrite("~b~n", [hd("\s")]).
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