How do I handle #
sperlle at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 25 01:46:24 CET 2006
I need to write out a file containing the # comment. When I try to specify
it as part of a literal, everything afterward turns into a comment.
I finally created a file containing the #, read it in, and used the
resulting variable as part of the string I created.
But that is so kludgy, even a newbie like me is ashamed to use it, though
Supposedly, I can us \x followed by the hex equivalent and somehow make
Can anybody give an example of this; my attempts failed.
Or is there something simpler? There must be.
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