Rule match by Subject: ?

Richard Siddall richard.siddall at ELIRION.NET
Thu Feb 17 13:34:46 GMT 2005

Julian Field wrote:
> How about
> space ==> \space
> tab ==> \tab
> \n ==> \n
> \ ==> \\
> So you basically have to escape spaces and tabs.

I'd go with \t for tab, so you're as close to C escape sequences as
possible, but <backslash> <literal tab or space> also works.

My first reaction was that you should force users to put double quotes
around strings that contain literal spaces.



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