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Tom Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> print.c line 1009:
>                 fputs("\(rs", fout);
>
> is sufficiently obviously wrong that even my ancient HPUX C compiler is
> unhappy.  I don't know troff, though, so I don't know if "\\(rs" was
> meant or something else.

Sorry about that.  I'm not sure why GCC didn't pick that up.  Troff
uses "\(rs" to produce a backslash ("Right Slash"), so "\\(rs" will be
correct.  I've double checked the rest of the diff, and that's the
only instance of a missing '\'.


Regards,
Roger

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