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# Line 45  syntax. Line 45  syntax.
45    \eD         a character that is not a decimal digit    \eD         a character that is not a decimal digit
46    \eh         a horizontal whitespace character    \eh         a horizontal whitespace character
47    \eH         a character that is not a horizontal whitespace character    \eH         a character that is not a horizontal whitespace character
48    \eN         a character that is not a newline    \eN         a character that is not a newline
49    \ep{\fIxx\fP}     a character with the \fIxx\fP property    \ep{\fIxx\fP}     a character with the \fIxx\fP property
50    \eP{\fIxx\fP}     a character without the \fIxx\fP property    \eP{\fIxx\fP}     a character without the \fIxx\fP property
51    \eR         a newline sequence    \eR         a newline sequence
# Line 58  syntax. Line 58  syntax.
58    \eX         an extended Unicode sequence    \eX         an extended Unicode sequence
59  .sp  .sp
60  In PCRE, by default, \ed, \eD, \es, \eS, \ew, and \eW recognize only ASCII  In PCRE, by default, \ed, \eD, \es, \eS, \ew, and \eW recognize only ASCII
61  characters, even in UTF-8 mode. However, this can be changed by setting the  characters, even in UTF-8 mode. However, this can be changed by setting the
62  PCRE_UCP option.  PCRE_UCP option.
63  .  .
64  .  .
# Line 117  PCRE_UCP option. Line 117  PCRE_UCP option.
117    Xan        Alphanumeric: union of properties L and N    Xan        Alphanumeric: union of properties L and N
118    Xps        POSIX space: property Z or tab, NL, VT, FF, CR    Xps        POSIX space: property Z or tab, NL, VT, FF, CR
119    Xsp        Perl space: property Z or tab, NL, FF, CR    Xsp        Perl space: property Z or tab, NL, FF, CR
120    Xwd        Perl word: property Xan or underscore    Xwd        Perl word: property Xan or underscore
121  .  .
122  .  .
123  .SH "SCRIPT NAMES FOR \ep AND \eP"  .SH "SCRIPT NAMES FOR \ep AND \eP"
# Line 241  Yi. Line 241  Yi.
241    word        same as \ew    word        same as \ew
242    xdigit      hexadecimal digit    xdigit      hexadecimal digit
243  .sp  .sp
244  In PCRE, POSIX character set names recognize only ASCII characters by default,  In PCRE, POSIX character set names recognize only ASCII characters by default,
245  but some of them use Unicode properties if PCRE_UCP is set. You can use  but some of them use Unicode properties if PCRE_UCP is set. You can use
246  \eQ...\eE inside a character class.  \eQ...\eE inside a character class.
247  .  .

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