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Re: Is 5.16 the time to remove \N, the complement of \n, from beingexperimental ?Message ID:

CAHku1CFWK0o87jUcyqp760B1Ks6VNPGqVzBp_pt-ATWev-yrAg@mail.gmail.comOn Wed, Jul 6, 2011 at 1:48 AM, Jesse Vincent <jesse@fsck.com> wrote: [On the new \N regex escape that matches any one character except \n.] > Is it being used? (Are folks cpanning modules that use it?) It may get more use once perl 5.14 spreads, because there you can 'use re "/s";' to make the dot have the more useful meaning and then \N has the occasionally useful meaning. Further, if 'use 5.016;' enabled 'use re "/s";' by default, it would see even more use. AmbrusThread Previous | Thread Next

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