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[Bug 5348] [FO] Back-references: "sufficiently many"

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Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2009 03:19:54 +0000
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--- Comment #6 from Andy Agrawal <guerneca2003@yahoo.com>  2009-03-21 03:19:53 ---
The problem with making \11 illegal in the scenario mentioned is that you can't
express \1 followed by the literal "1". Wouldn't it just be best to treat \11
as a backreference if there have been 11 closed subexpressions before,
otherwise treat it as \1 followed by the literal "1" ?


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