--- code/trunk/doc/html/pcreapi.html 2011/12/06 15:37:24 787 +++ code/trunk/doc/html/pcreapi.html 2011/12/06 15:38:01 788 @@ -651,20 +651,20 @@ an "a" in the subject), whereas it fails by default, for Perl compatibility.

-(3) \U matches an upper case "U" character; by default \U causes a compile +(3) \U matches an upper case "U" character; by default \U causes a compile time error (Perl uses \U to upper case subsequent characters).

-(4) \u matches a lower case "u" character unless it is followed by four -hexadecimal digits, in which case the hexadecimal number defines the code point -to match. By default, \u causes a compile time error (Perl uses it to upper +(4) \u matches a lower case "u" character unless it is followed by four +hexadecimal digits, in which case the hexadecimal number defines the code point +to match. By default, \u causes a compile time error (Perl uses it to upper case the following character).

-(5) \x matches a lower case "x" character unless it is followed by two -hexadecimal digits, in which case the hexadecimal number defines the code point -to match. By default, as in Perl, a hexadecimal number is always expected after -\x, but it may have zero, one, or two digits (so, for example, \xz matches a +(5) \x matches a lower case "x" character unless it is followed by two +hexadecimal digits, in which case the hexadecimal number defines the code point +to match. By default, as in Perl, a hexadecimal number is always expected after +\x, but it may have zero, one, or two digits (so, for example, \xz matches a binary zero character followed by z).

   PCRE_MULTILINE