Another grep question
keramida at hellug.gr
Mon Feb 7 20:15:11 PST 2005
On 2005-02-08 03:49, Anthony Atkielski <atkielski.anthony at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> I'm looking for the hex character 93, which is an opening double
> quotation mark in the Windows character set, not the literal string
> "\0x93". Unless I'm mistaken, \0x93 in a regular expression means
> "the character whose hex value is 93."
Not really. Unless you have a shell that understands this sort of
thing and expands the command line arguments to arbitrary 8-bit
Otherwise, "\0x93" means:
A literal (escaped with '\') '0' character,
followed by 'x', then
followed by '9' and '3'.
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