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ISSUE-13 (quotation): REPORTED: functional syntax - quotation in strings and literals

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ISSUE-13 (quotation): REPORTED: functional syntax - quotation in strings and literals

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Raised by: Alan Ruttenberg
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Reported by alanruttenberg, May 27, 2007

string := '"' a Unicode string in normal form C '"'

How does one include a '"' inside a string? Are there any other characters that need special quoting, 
for example carriage returns?

Suppose, for example, I wish to include some xhtml as an XMLLiteral for a datatype property - are 
we sure this will work?

In the current OWLAPI abstract syntax parser, this is hopelessly broken...
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