Re: extfs/

Hi Roland,

On Thu, 2004-10-28 at 15:27, Roland Illig wrote:
> The first interpretation of the string is done by awk, parsing the 
> string literal. This converts the string "\[" into the string "[". The 
> second interpretation is done by the regex compiler which sees a single 
> "[", not a "\[" as intended. Therefore the "\\[" is necessary.

You might be right. Please correct if you like. (Don't forget to replace
' +' with ' *'.) However, zero, one, two or three backslashes all seem
to work. Could it be the placing of the brackets makes that they aren't
interpreted anyway?


mount -t life -o ro /dev/dna /genetic/research

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