On Fri, Sep 06, 2002 at 09:40:24AM -0400, Ray Denenberg wrote:
> Alan Kent wrote:
> > How are double quotes released?
> rule 4
This says to use \ to release quotes. The 105 truncation attribute does
not list \" as something that can be released. (I think the 105 spec
should be clear what \ means when followed by one of the characters
The benefit of saying its an error to follow \ by anything other than
*, ?, +, |, and \ is that special meaning can be introduced later if
desired (such as \xhh or \ooo for hex or octal digits).
The benefit of saying \ releases whatever the following character
is, is simplicity.
I am not proposing anything - just pointing out a hole that would
impact any implementation that I did. I was also wondering if \"
should be added to the 105 spec if that is what CQL is using.
Implementable either way, but mildly easier to implement if \" is