Commit 71a4847e authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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*** empty log message ***

parent 4c9a10e6
......@@ -3674,11 +3674,16 @@ variable `customize-package-emacs-version-alist'.
** String changes:
*** The escape sequence \s is now interpreted as a SPACE character.
*** The escape sequence \s now stands for the SPACE character.
Exception: In a character constant, if it is followed by a `-' in a
character constant (e.g. ?\s-A), it is still interpreted as the super
modifier. In strings, \s is always interpreted as a space.
`?\s' is a new way to write the space character. You must make sure
it is not followed by a dash, since `?\s-...' indicates the "super"
modifier. However, it would be strange to write a character constant
and a following symbol (beginning with `-') with no space between
`\s' stands for space in strings, too, but it is not really meant for
strings; it is easier and nicer just to write a space.
*** A hex escape in a string constant forces the string to be multibyte.
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