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Date: 2004-03-10 (15:04)
From: oliver@f...
Subject: [Caml-list] Ocaml 3.07+2: "Illegal backslash escape in string"

after recompiling code that has run under Ocaml 3.04 (??)
without warnings, using Str-module, I now got those messages,
as you can see in the Subject-Line.

That's, when I use something like

   Str.regexp = "a\|b"

instead of

   Str.regexp = "a\\|b"

Why should I use a double-backslashed sequence?
When looking into the manual, the first way is

Will this be fixed, or will this double-backslashed sequence
the new way how to use Str-regexp-Definitions?!


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