Date: Thu Jan 30 2003 - 02:59:07 PST
In 17.1.1, paragraph 4, bullet 1 says,
"The special character \ indicates that the character to
follow is a literal or nonprintable character (see Table 66)."
If there is a \, followed by a character not in Table 66,
such as "\a", is it interpreted just as "a" ?
I have seen this question actually discussed by implementors.
A clarification might also need to go in 2.6.3.
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