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[Bug 4116] Regex tests using octal escape sequences

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Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2006 19:10:57 +0000
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------- Comment #1 from mike@saxonica.com  2006-12-31 19:10 -------
The following tests also have schemas containing patterns in which there is a
backslash followed by a digit. In some cases it apppears this is intended to
represent an octal escape, in other cases it appears intended to represent a
back-reference; however neither construct is legal in XML Schema regular
expressions.

I have not checked that all of these are described as valid in the metadata; a
few of them are already marked as status="queried" for other reasons.

RegexTest_141 to RegexTest_143
RegexTest_145 to RegexTest_152
RegexTest_154 to RegexTest_158
RegexTest_517
RegexTest_688
RegexTest_696 to RegexTest_707
RegexTest_836 to RegexTest_837
RegexTest_861 to RegexTest_866
RegexTest_925 to RegexTest_926
RegexTest_976 to RegexTest_977
RegexTest_1008 to RegexTest_1019
RegexTest_1172
RegexTest_1180 to RegexTest_1191
RegexTest_1308
RegexTest_1320
RegexTest_1321
RegexTest_1345 to RegexTest_1350
RegexTest_1365
RegexTest_1409
RegexTest_1410
RegexTest_1455
RegexTest_1456
RegexTest_1492 to RegexTest_1503
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