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Auto_Code_Complete messes up $dollars for code

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I know its a bit silly and not a real issue but still if you work with alot of "$$" in your strings it might confuse you and scite as well :x

Just in case anyone wants to know about it, again i am not screaming bugg!!! haha

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It shouldn't confuse anything if it's quoted properly.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

It shouldn't confuse anything if it's quoted properly.

May i ask what is correct way to quote it then? Since i tried with "" and ''

Btw nice regex tool, i am happy that you replied

Edited by marko29

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

depends on what you are doing in the string. If you want the double quotes included than wrap the string in single quotes('"$$"'). If you just want $$ as a string then wrap it in either single or double quotes. Scite will read that as a literal string and won't touch it.

I should have added this;

If you are working with a regular expression and you want to match double-quote$$double-quote, use \x22 instead of the quote. \x27 for single quote match.

Edited by GEOSoft

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