Can I get a technical explanation on the following error
Piet van Oostrum
piet at cs.uu.nl
Mon May 25 16:12:22 CEST 2009
>>>>> Jim Garrison <jhg at acm.org> (JG) wrote:
>JG> And as an interesting exercise, try
>JG> print r'test \'
>JG> print r'test \\'
>JG> Because of the way raw string parsing is defined, neither of these will
>JG> pass the parser. In fact, a raw string cannot have a backslash as
>JG> its last character.
Cannot have an odd number of backslashes as its last characters.
>>> print r'test \\'
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