Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> David Fetter wrote:
> > Please find enclosed a patch exemplifying typical use of the ARE
> > Class-Shorthand Escapes??.  I believe it will help intrepid regex
> > users. :)
> If you want to explain something, it's normally better to create an 
> example just for that point, instead of piggybacking it onto another 
> example. Else you just make it harder for people to recognize the 
> relevant information.
> For instance, in the case you want to patch the example aims to show how 
> patterns are not anchored, as opposed to the pattern for the LIKE 
> operator.  What does the escape syntax of the pattern have to do with 
> that?

He is reminding folks about double-backslashes in a relivant place ---
makes sense to me.

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