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Re: Here strings?
| Date: Sun, 17 Jul 2005 00:55:24 -0400
| From: "John.Cowan" <jcowan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
| Aubrey Jaffer scripsit:
| > SRFI-75 is the first time I have encountered "Here strings".
| > How do they differ from literal string constants?
| The opening quote is "<<", followed by a sequence of non-newlines (called
| the *key*), followed by a newline. The closing quote is a newline,
| followed by the same key, followed by a newline. No character between
| these quotes has special meaning.
Can a Here-string be used anywhere a literal string constant can be
Can a literal string constant be used anywhere a Here-string can be
With the escaping conventions being discussed, will Here-strings and
literal string constants be able to code the same set of possible
When a string is the argument to the WRITE procedure, is a
double-quoted or Here-string written?