[PD] comma and escaping revisited
abonnements at revolwear.com
Wed Jul 8 16:30:11 CEST 2020
Alex, can you elaborate what you mean by "not seeing anything funny"?
Do you see the same output as Roman and I, and think it is meant like
that? What's the logic behind it?
Or do you see a different output?
On 07.07.20 19:52, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
> hi, I tested your cases and didn't see anything funny, can you send
> me/us a patch?
> Em ter., 7 de jul. de 2020 às 08:48, Max <abonnements at revolwear.com
> <mailto:abonnements at revolwear.com>> escreveu:
> Hi list,
> I found an old thread between m.e.grimm and Roman Haefeli in the
> archives from 2014-01-26 about escaping in Pd.
> Roman sees this odd behavior in escaping a comma:
> ----message to print--
> \, comma at the beginning;
> comma\, right after first word;
> comma in\, the middle;
> comma at the end\,;
> print: , comma at the beginning
> print: comma, right after first word
> print: comma in\, the middle
> print: comma at the end\,
> Meaning the backslash can escape the comma when it comes in the
> beginning or after the first word, but later the escaping character
> be part of the printout.
> Is this a bug? is there an explanation for this inconsistency or should
> I file an issue for it?
> Actually this looks related:
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