jastrachan | 21 Apr 15:02 2004
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Re: String literals

Sounds like a bug in the escaping rules. Any chance you could raise a 
JIRA issue for this please?

On 21 Apr 2004, at 13:34, Kevin Jones wrote:

> sorry,
>
> meant to say 'c:\\': works fine
>
> Kevin Jones
> http://kevinj.develop.com
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>> Subject: [groovy-user] String literals
>>
>> If I do this
>>
>> root = "c:\\";
>>
>> I'm getting a weird error where the closing " is being
>> escaped and I end up with the parser reading everything up to
>> the next " that it finds.
>>
>> OTHO
>>
>> root = 'c:\';
>>
>> Works fine
>>
>> In the first case it doesn't matter how many backslashes I
>> use I always seem to get the same result.
>>
>> This is on a fairly recent build of groovy
>>
>> Kevin Jones
>> http://kevinj.develop.com
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