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[Bug 3935] [FT] Section 3.2.7: Escaping wildcards

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Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2007 18:54:10 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=3935


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------- Comment #2 from pcase@crs.loc.gov  2007-01-17 18:54 -------
I promised to find the language we had for ecaping wildcards in a previous
version.

It follows:

When "with wildcards" is present indicators and qualifiers must be escaped by a
backslash (\ ) if they are to be read as punctuation marks rather than
indicators and qualifiers. A period which is not an indicator must be preceded
by a backslash to be read as a period. Similarly a question mark, asterisk, or
plus sign which is not a qualifier must be preceded by a backslash to be read
as a question mark, asterisk, or plus sign.

Pat
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