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timr at probo.com
Sun Jul 8 03:48:09 CEST 2007
i3dmaster <i3dmaster at gmail.com> wrote:
>Then you can use other chars as the delimiter, r at a@b@ or r!a!b!,
>etc... The import thing is so long as the interpreter doesn't get
>confused on the data and the delimiter.
That limits the number of valid delimiters to a relatively small set. You
couldn't use any valid operator:
x = r*a*b
Is that a one character raw string appended to a string called "b", or is
that to multiplications?
>sed also allows for
>arbitrary delimiters too as long as you maintain the integrity of the
sed can do that because its commands are one character long. Whatever
follows an "s" must a delimiter because it can't be anything else.
Tim Roberts, timr at probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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