[R6RS] draft Unicode SRFI

Anton van Straaten anton
Fri Jul 1 02:54:29 EDT 2005

Michael Sperber wrote:
> Marc Feeley <feeley at iro.umontreal.ca> writes:
>>because the \0 notation for the nul character is quite common.
> I think it's mostly common in character literals; in the wild, I've
> never seen one in a string literal.

I believe I've seen this in literals like "foo\0\0\0bar" where it's 
being used to e.g. initialize a C struct.

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