Raw Unicode docstring

MRAB python at mrabarnett.plus.com
Wed Nov 17 19:15:28 CET 2010

On 17/11/2010 16:32, RJB wrote:
> On Nov 16, 1:56 pm, Boštjan Mejak<bostjan.me... at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Hello,
>> how does one write a raw unicode docstring? If I have backslashes in
>> the docstring, I must tuck an 'r' in front of it, like this:
>> r"""This is a raw docstring."""
>> If I have foreign letters in the docstring, I must tuck a 'u' in front
>> of it, like this:
>> u"""This is a Unicode docstring."""
>> What if I have foreign characters *and* backslashes in my docstring?
>> How to write the docstring then?
>> ru"""My raw unicode docstring."""
>> or
>> ur"""My unicode docstring."""
>> Please answer my question, although it may sound like a noobish one. Thanks.
> Check out
>    http://cse.csusb.edu/dick/samples/python.syntax.html#stringprefix
> which lists alternate string prefixes.
> Does any bodyy know if "ur" and "UR" mean the same thing?

I've tried them. It looks like the answer is yes.

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