On Mon, Nov 21, 2005 at 03:23:35PM +0100, TSa wrote:
> Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> >There's also <sp>, unless someone redefines the <sp> subrule.
> >And in the general case that's a slightly more expensive mechanism 
> >to get a space (it involves at least a subrule lookup).  Perhaps 
> >we could also create a visible meta sequence for it, in the same 
> >way that we have visible metas for \e, \f, \r, \t.  But I have 
> >no idea what letter we might use there.
> How about \x and \X respectively? Note the *space* after it :)
> ...

If we're going to do that, I'd think it would be "\c " and "\C " 
instead of "\x " and "\X ".  I'm not really advocating this,
I'm just commenting that in this case \c seems more natural 
than \x.


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