representing a literal single slash
padraig at linux.ie
Sun Sep 15 22:12:33 CEST 2002
Jonathan Claggett wrote:
> Here is an easy question (I'm hoping).
> I'm trying to process a string so that all doubled up backslashes (\\)
> are replaced with a single backslash (\).
> The obvious approach doesn't work since a single backslash can't end a
> str = str.replace('\\', '\') # broken
> So, how does one represent a literal single slash? unicode or hex
> values perhaps?
mystr = mystr.replace(r'\\', r'\')
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