Larry Wall skribis 2005-04-15 15:38 (-0700):
> : Do \s and <?ws> match non-breaking whitespace, U+00A0?
> Yes.

That makes \s+ and \s*, and thus <?ws> very useless for anything but
trimming whitespace. For splitting (including word wrapping), it'd do
exactly the wrong thing.

> : \s is said (in S05) to match any unicode whitespace, but letting it
> : match NBSP and then using \s for splitting things is wrong, I think.
> Perhaps the default word split should not be based on \s then.

It'd have to.


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