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Escape sequences can be used in string literals by using the operator ! .

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//result// = !"//text//"
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The accepted escape sequences in //text// are:
{{table columns="2" cellpadding="1" cells="\a;beep;\b;backspace;\f;formfeed;\l or \n;newline;\r;carriage return;\t;tab;\unnnn;unicode char in hex;\v;vertical tab;\nnn;ascii char in decimal;\&hnn;ascii char in hex;\&onnn;ascii char in octal;\&bnnnnnnnn;ascii char in binary;\\;backslash;\";double quote;\';single quote"}}

Note: The zero-character (\000 = \&h00 = \&o000 = \&b00000000) is the null terminator. Only characters before the first null terminator can be seen when the literal is used as a ##[[KeyPgString|String]]##. To get a zero character in a string use ##[[KeyPgChr|Chr]](0)## instead.

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- [[KeyPgOpPpEscape|Operator ! (Escaped String)]]
- [[KeyPgOpPpNoescape|Operator $ (Non-Escaped String)]]
- ##[[KeyPgOptionescape|Option Escape]]##
- ##[[KeyPgString|String]]##
- ##[[KeyPgChr|Chr]]##
- [[ProPgLiterals|Literals]]

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