please help with those problems quikly (AS2)

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi guys

I'm looking for someone to help me and expplain the following parts,, they r obscure,,

First Problem:

"You can change the value of a variable many times in a script. The
type of data that the variable contains affects how and when the
variable changes. Primitive data types, such as strings and numbers,
are passed by value. This means that the actual content of the
variable is passed to the variable.
In the following example, x is set to 15 and that value is copied into
y. When x is changed to 30 in line 3, the value of y remains 15
because y doesn’t look to x for its value; it contains the value of x
that it received in line 2.
Code: [ Select ]
var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;
  1. var x = 15;
  2. var y = x;
  3. var x = 30;

(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
Code: [ Select ]
function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);
  1. function sqrt (x) {
  2. return x * x;
  3. }
  4. var inValue = 3;
  5. var out = sqrt (inValue);

The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
Code: [ Select ]
var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);
  1. var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2. var newArray = myArray;
  3. myArray [1] == "jack";
  4. trace (newArray);

The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
Code: [ Select ]
function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);
  1. function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2. var i;
  3. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  4. theArray [i] == 0;
  5. }
  6. }
  7. var myArray = new Array();
  8. myArray [0] = 1;
  9. myArray [1] = 2;
  10. myArray [2] = 3;
  11. zeroArray (myArray);

The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

Code: [ Select ]
"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."


Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
Code: [ Select ]
var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;
  1. var x = 15;
  2. var y = x;
  3. var x = 30;

(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
Code: [ Select ]
function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);
  1. function sqrt (x) {
  2. return x * x;
  3. }
  4. var inValue = 3;
  5. var out = sqrt (inValue);

The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
Code: [ Select ]
var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);
  1. var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2. var newArray = myArray;
  3. myArray [1] == "jack";
  4. trace (newArray);

The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
Code: [ Select ]
function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);
  1. function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2. var i;
  3. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  4. theArray [i] == 0;
  5. }
  6. }
  7. var myArray = new Array();
  8. myArray [0] = 1;
  9. myArray [1] = 2;
  10. myArray [2] = 3;
  11. zeroArray (myArray);

The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

Code: [ Select ]
"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."


Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
Code: [ Select ]
var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;
  1. var x = 15;
  2. var y = x;
  3. var x = 30;

(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
Code: [ Select ]
function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);
  1. function sqrt (x) {
  2. return x * x;
  3. }
  4. var inValue = 3;
  5. var out = sqrt (inValue);

The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
Code: [ Select ]
var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);
  1. var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2. var newArray = myArray;
  3. myArray [1] == "jack";
  4. trace (newArray);

The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
Code: [ Select ]
function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);
  1. function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2. var i;
  3. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  4. theArray [i] == 0;
  5. }
  6. }
  7. var myArray = new Array();
  8. myArray [0] = 1;
  9. myArray [1] = 2;
  10. myArray [2] = 3;
  11. zeroArray (myArray);

The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

Code: [ Select ]
"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."


Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
Code: [ Select ]
var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;
  1. var x = 15;
  2. var y = x;
  3. var x = 30;

(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
Code: [ Select ]
function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);
  1. function sqrt (x) {
  2. return x * x;
  3. }
  4. var inValue = 3;
  5. var out = sqrt (inValue);

The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
Code: [ Select ]
var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);
  1. var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2. var newArray = myArray;
  3. myArray [1] == "jack";
  4. trace (newArray);

The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
Code: [ Select ]
function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);
  1. function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2. var i;
  3. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  4. theArray [i] == 0;
  5. }
  6. }
  7. var myArray = new Array();
  8. myArray [0] = 1;
  9. myArray [1] = 2;
  10. myArray [2] = 3;
  11. zeroArray (myArray);

The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

Code: [ Select ]
"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."


Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
Code: [ Select ]
var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;
  1. var x = 15;
  2. var y = x;
  3. var x = 30;

(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
Code: [ Select ]
function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);
  1. function sqrt (x) {
  2. return x * x;
  3. }
  4. var inValue = 3;
  5. var out = sqrt (inValue);

The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
Code: [ Select ]
var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);
  1. var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2. var newArray = myArray;
  3. myArray [1] == "jack";
  4. trace (newArray);

The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
Code: [ Select ]
function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);
  1. function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2. var i;
  3. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  4. theArray [i] == 0;
  5. }
  6. }
  7. var myArray = new Array();
  8. myArray [0] = 1;
  9. myArray [1] = 2;
  10. myArray [2] = 3;
  11. zeroArray (myArray);

The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

Code: [ Select ]
"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."


Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

Code: [ Select ]
Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]var x = 15;
var y = x;
var x = 30;[/code]
(Clear till now)
As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
value is 9:
[code]function sqrt (x) {
return x * x;
}
var inValue = 3;
var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
The value of the variable inValue does not change.
(let's begin the problem:)
The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
(clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
The following is an example of passing by reference:
[code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
var newArray = myArray;
myArray [1] == "jack";
trace (newArray);[/code]
The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
tom, jack to the Output panel.
In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
changes the content of the array in myArray.
[code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
var i;
for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
theArray [i] == 0;
}
}
var myArray = new Array();
myArray [0] = 1;
myArray [1] = 2;
myArray [2] = 3;
zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
because the array is passed by reference
."

Second Problem

This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???

[code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]

Third One

Hi guys

Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:

[code]
  1. Escape sequence Character
  2. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  5. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  6. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  7. \" Double quotation mark
  8. \' Single quotation mark
  9. \\ Backslash
  10. \000 -\377 A byte specified in octal
  11. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  12. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  13. hexadecimal
[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal
  1. Escape sequence Character
  2. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  5. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  6. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  7. \" Double quotation mark
  8. \' Single quotation mark
  9. \ Backslash
  10. [code]var x = 15;
  11. var y = x;
  12. var x = 30;[/code]
  13. (Clear till now)
  14. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  15. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  16. value is 9:
  17. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  18. return x * x;
  19. }
  20. var inValue = 3;
  21. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  22. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  23. (let's begin the problem:)
  24. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  25. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  26. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  27. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  28. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  29. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  30. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  31. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  32. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  33. var newArray = myArray;
  34. myArray [1] == "jack";
  35. trace (newArray);[/code]
  36. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  37. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  38. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  39. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  40. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  41. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  42. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  43. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  44. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  45. var i;
  46. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  47. theArray [i] == 0;
  48. }
  49. }
  50. var myArray = new Array();
  51. myArray [0] = 1;
  52. myArray [1] = 2;
  53. myArray [2] = 3;
  54. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  55. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  56. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  57. because the array is passed by reference."
  58. Second Problem
  59. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  60. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  61. Third One
  62. Hi guys
  63. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  64. [code]Escape sequence Character
  65. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  66. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  67. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  68. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  69. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  70. \" Double quotation mark
  71. \' Single quotation mark
  72. \ Backslash
  73. [code]var x = 15;
  74. var y = x;
  75. var x = 30;[/code]
  76. (Clear till now)
  77. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  78. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  79. value is 9:
  80. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  81. return x * x;
  82. }
  83. var inValue = 3;
  84. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  85. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  86. (let's begin the problem:)
  87. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  88. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  89. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  90. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  91. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  92. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  93. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  94. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  95. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  96. var newArray = myArray;
  97. myArray [1] == "jack";
  98. trace (newArray);[/code]
  99. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  100. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  101. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  102. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  103. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  104. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  105. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  106. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  107. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  108. var i;
  109. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  110. theArray [i] == 0;
  111. }
  112. }
  113. var myArray = new Array();
  114. myArray [0] = 1;
  115. myArray [1] = 2;
  116. myArray [2] = 3;
  117. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  118. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  119. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  120. because the array is passed by reference."
  121. Second Problem
  122. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  123. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  124. Third One
  125. Hi guys
  126. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  127. [code]Escape sequence Character
  128. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  129. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  130. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  131. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  132. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  133. \" Double quotation mark
  134. \' Single quotation mark
  135. \ Backslash
  136. [code]var x = 15;
  137. var y = x;
  138. var x = 30;[/code]
  139. (Clear till now)
  140. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  141. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  142. value is 9:
  143. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  144. return x * x;
  145. }
  146. var inValue = 3;
  147. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  148. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  149. (let's begin the problem:)
  150. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  151. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  152. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  153. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  154. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  155. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  156. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  157. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  158. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  159. var newArray = myArray;
  160. myArray [1] == "jack";
  161. trace (newArray);[/code]
  162. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  163. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  164. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  165. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  166. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  167. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  168. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  169. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  170. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  171. var i;
  172. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  173. theArray [i] == 0;
  174. }
  175. }
  176. var myArray = new Array();
  177. myArray [0] = 1;
  178. myArray [1] = 2;
  179. myArray [2] = 3;
  180. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  181. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  182. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  183. because the array is passed by reference."
  184. Second Problem
  185. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  186. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  187. Third One
  188. Hi guys
  189. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  190. [code]Escape sequence Character
  191. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  192. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  193. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  194. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  195. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  196. \" Double quotation mark
  197. \' Single quotation mark
  198. \ Backslash
  199. [code]var x = 15;
  200. var y = x;
  201. var x = 30;[/code]
  202. (Clear till now)
  203. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  204. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  205. value is 9:
  206. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  207. return x * x;
  208. }
  209. var inValue = 3;
  210. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  211. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  212. (let's begin the problem:)
  213. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  214. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  215. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  216. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  217. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  218. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  219. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  220. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  221. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  222. var newArray = myArray;
  223. myArray [1] == "jack";
  224. trace (newArray);[/code]
  225. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  226. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  227. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  228. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  229. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  230. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  231. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  232. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  233. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  234. var i;
  235. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  236. theArray [i] == 0;
  237. }
  238. }
  239. var myArray = new Array();
  240. myArray [0] = 1;
  241. myArray [1] = 2;
  242. myArray [2] = 3;
  243. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  244. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  245. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  246. because the array is passed by reference."
  247. Second Problem
  248. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  249. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  250. Third One
  251. Hi guys
  252. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  253. [code]Escape sequence Character
  254. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  255. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  256. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  257. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  258. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  259. \" Double quotation mark
  260. \' Single quotation mark
  261. \ Backslash
  262. [code]var x = 15;
  263. var y = x;
  264. var x = 30;[/code]
  265. (Clear till now)
  266. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  267. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  268. value is 9:
  269. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  270. return x * x;
  271. }
  272. var inValue = 3;
  273. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  274. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  275. (let's begin the problem:)
  276. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  277. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  278. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  279. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  280. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  281. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  282. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  283. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  284. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  285. var newArray = myArray;
  286. myArray [1] == "jack";
  287. trace (newArray);[/code]
  288. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  289. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  290. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  291. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  292. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  293. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  294. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  295. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  296. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  297. var i;
  298. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  299. theArray [i] == 0;
  300. }
  301. }
  302. var myArray = new Array();
  303. myArray [0] = 1;
  304. myArray [1] = 2;
  305. myArray [2] = 3;
  306. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  307. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  308. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  309. because the array is passed by reference."
  310. Second Problem
  311. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  312. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  313. Third One
  314. Hi guys
  315. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  316. [code]Escape sequence Character
  317. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  318. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  319. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  320. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  321. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  322. \" Double quotation mark
  323. \' Single quotation mark
  324. \ Backslash
  325. [code]var x = 15;
  326. var y = x;
  327. var x = 30;[/code]
  328. (Clear till now)
  329. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  330. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  331. value is 9:
  332. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  333. return x * x;
  334. }
  335. var inValue = 3;
  336. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  337. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  338. (let's begin the problem:)
  339. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  340. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  341. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  342. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  343. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  344. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  345. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  346. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  347. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  348. var newArray = myArray;
  349. myArray [1] == "jack";
  350. trace (newArray);[/code]
  351. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  352. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  353. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  354. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  355. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  356. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  357. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  358. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  359. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  360. var i;
  361. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  362. theArray [i] == 0;
  363. }
  364. }
  365. var myArray = new Array();
  366. myArray [0] = 1;
  367. myArray [1] = 2;
  368. myArray [2] = 3;
  369. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  370. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  371. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  372. because the array is passed by reference."
  373. Second Problem
  374. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  375. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  376. Third One
  377. Hi guys
  378. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  379. [code]Escape sequence Character
  380. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  381. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  382. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  383. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  384. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  385. \" Double quotation mark
  386. \' Single quotation mark
  387. \ Backslash
  388. [code]var x = 15;
  389. var y = x;
  390. var x = 30;[/code]
  391. (Clear till now)
  392. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  393. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  394. value is 9:
  395. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  396. return x * x;
  397. }
  398. var inValue = 3;
  399. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  400. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  401. (let's begin the problem:)
  402. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  403. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  404. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  405. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  406. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  407. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  408. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  409. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  410. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  411. var newArray = myArray;
  412. myArray [1] == "jack";
  413. trace (newArray);[/code]
  414. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  415. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  416. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  417. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  418. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  419. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  420. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  421. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  422. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  423. var i;
  424. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  425. theArray [i] == 0;
  426. }
  427. }
  428. var myArray = new Array();
  429. myArray [0] = 1;
  430. myArray [1] = 2;
  431. myArray [2] = 3;
  432. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  433. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  434. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  435. because the array is passed by reference."
  436. Second Problem
  437. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  438. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  439. Third One
  440. Hi guys
  441. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  442. [code]Escape sequence Character
  443. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  444. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  445. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  446. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  447. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  448. \" Double quotation mark
  449. \' Single quotation mark
  450. \ Backslash
  451. [code]var x = 15;
  452. var y = x;
  453. var x = 30;[/code]
  454. (Clear till now)
  455. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  456. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  457. value is 9:
  458. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  459. return x * x;
  460. }
  461. var inValue = 3;
  462. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  463. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  464. (let's begin the problem:)
  465. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  466. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  467. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  468. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  469. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  470. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  471. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  472. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  473. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  474. var newArray = myArray;
  475. myArray [1] == "jack";
  476. trace (newArray);[/code]
  477. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  478. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  479. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  480. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  481. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  482. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  483. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  484. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  485. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  486. var i;
  487. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  488. theArray [i] == 0;
  489. }
  490. }
  491. var myArray = new Array();
  492. myArray [0] = 1;
  493. myArray [1] = 2;
  494. myArray [2] = 3;
  495. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  496. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  497. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  498. because the array is passed by reference."
  499. Second Problem
  500. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  501. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  502. Third One
  503. Hi guys
  504. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  505. [code]Escape sequence Character
  506. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  507. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  508. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  509. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  510. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  511. \" Double quotation mark
  512. \' Single quotation mark
  513. \ Backslash
  514. [code]var x = 15;
  515. var y = x;
  516. var x = 30;[/code]
  517. (Clear till now)
  518. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  519. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  520. value is 9:
  521. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  522. return x * x;
  523. }
  524. var inValue = 3;
  525. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  526. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  527. (let's begin the problem:)
  528. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  529. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  530. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  531. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  532. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  533. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  534. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  535. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  536. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  537. var newArray = myArray;
  538. myArray [1] == "jack";
  539. trace (newArray);[/code]
  540. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  541. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  542. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  543. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  544. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  545. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  546. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  547. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  548. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  549. var i;
  550. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  551. theArray [i] == 0;
  552. }
  553. }
  554. var myArray = new Array();
  555. myArray [0] = 1;
  556. myArray [1] = 2;
  557. myArray [2] = 3;
  558. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  559. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  560. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  561. because the array is passed by reference."
  562. Second Problem
  563. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  564. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  565. Third One
  566. Hi guys
  567. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  568. [code]Escape sequence Character
  569. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  570. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  571. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  572. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  573. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  574. \" Double quotation mark
  575. \' Single quotation mark
  576. \ Backslash
  577. [code]var x = 15;
  578. var y = x;
  579. var x = 30;[/code]
  580. (Clear till now)
  581. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  582. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  583. value is 9:
  584. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  585. return x * x;
  586. }
  587. var inValue = 3;
  588. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  589. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  590. (let's begin the problem:)
  591. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  592. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  593. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  594. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  595. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  596. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  597. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  598. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  599. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  600. var newArray = myArray;
  601. myArray [1] == "jack";
  602. trace (newArray);[/code]
  603. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  604. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  605. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  606. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  607. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  608. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  609. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  610. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  611. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  612. var i;
  613. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  614. theArray [i] == 0;
  615. }
  616. }
  617. var myArray = new Array();
  618. myArray [0] = 1;
  619. myArray [1] = 2;
  620. myArray [2] = 3;
  621. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  622. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  623. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  624. because the array is passed by reference."
  625. Second Problem
  626. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  627. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  628. Third One
  629. Hi guys
  630. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  631. [code]Escape sequence Character
  632. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  633. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  634. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  635. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  636. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  637. \" Double quotation mark
  638. \' Single quotation mark
  639. \ Backslash
  640. [code]var x = 15;
  641. var y = x;
  642. var x = 30;[/code]
  643. (Clear till now)
  644. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  645. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  646. value is 9:
  647. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  648. return x * x;
  649. }
  650. var inValue = 3;
  651. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  652. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  653. (let's begin the problem:)
  654. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  655. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  656. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  657. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  658. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  659. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  660. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  661. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  662. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  663. var newArray = myArray;
  664. myArray [1] == "jack";
  665. trace (newArray);[/code]
  666. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  667. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  668. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  669. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  670. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  671. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  672. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  673. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  674. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  675. var i;
  676. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  677. theArray [i] == 0;
  678. }
  679. }
  680. var myArray = new Array();
  681. myArray [0] = 1;
  682. myArray [1] = 2;
  683. myArray [2] = 3;
  684. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  685. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  686. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  687. because the array is passed by reference."
  688. Second Problem
  689. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  690. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  691. Third One
  692. Hi guys
  693. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  694. [code]Escape sequence Character
  695. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  696. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  697. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  698. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  699. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  700. \" Double quotation mark
  701. \' Single quotation mark
  702. \ Backslash
  703. [code]var x = 15;
  704. var y = x;
  705. var x = 30;[/code]
  706. (Clear till now)
  707. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  708. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  709. value is 9:
  710. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  711. return x * x;
  712. }
  713. var inValue = 3;
  714. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  715. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  716. (let's begin the problem:)
  717. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  718. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  719. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  720. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  721. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  722. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  723. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  724. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  725. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  726. var newArray = myArray;
  727. myArray [1] == "jack";
  728. trace (newArray);[/code]
  729. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  730. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  731. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  732. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  733. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  734. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  735. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  736. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  737. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  738. var i;
  739. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  740. theArray [i] == 0;
  741. }
  742. }
  743. var myArray = new Array();
  744. myArray [0] = 1;
  745. myArray [1] = 2;
  746. myArray [2] = 3;
  747. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  748. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  749. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  750. because the array is passed by reference."
  751. Second Problem
  752. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  753. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  754. Third One
  755. Hi guys
  756. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  757. [code]Escape sequence Character
  758. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  759. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  760. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  761. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  762. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  763. \" Double quotation mark
  764. \' Single quotation mark
  765. \ Backslash
  766. [code]var x = 15;
  767. var y = x;
  768. var x = 30;[/code]
  769. (Clear till now)
  770. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  771. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  772. value is 9:
  773. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  774. return x * x;
  775. }
  776. var inValue = 3;
  777. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  778. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  779. (let's begin the problem:)
  780. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  781. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  782. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  783. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  784. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  785. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  786. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  787. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  788. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  789. var newArray = myArray;
  790. myArray [1] == "jack";
  791. trace (newArray);[/code]
  792. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  793. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  794. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  795. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  796. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  797. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  798. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  799. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  800. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  801. var i;
  802. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  803. theArray [i] == 0;
  804. }
  805. }
  806. var myArray = new Array();
  807. myArray [0] = 1;
  808. myArray [1] = 2;
  809. myArray [2] = 3;
  810. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  811. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  812. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  813. because the array is passed by reference."
  814. Second Problem
  815. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  816. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  817. Third One
  818. Hi guys
  819. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  820. [code]Escape sequence Character
  821. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  822. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  823. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  824. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  825. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  826. \" Double quotation mark
  827. \' Single quotation mark
  828. \ Backslash
  829. [code]var x = 15;
  830. var y = x;
  831. var x = 30;[/code]
  832. (Clear till now)
  833. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  834. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  835. value is 9:
  836. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  837. return x * x;
  838. }
  839. var inValue = 3;
  840. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  841. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  842. (let's begin the problem:)
  843. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  844. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  845. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  846. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  847. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  848. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  849. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  850. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  851. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  852. var newArray = myArray;
  853. myArray [1] == "jack";
  854. trace (newArray);[/code]
  855. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  856. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  857. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  858. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  859. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  860. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  861. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  862. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  863. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  864. var i;
  865. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  866. theArray [i] == 0;
  867. }
  868. }
  869. var myArray = new Array();
  870. myArray [0] = 1;
  871. myArray [1] = 2;
  872. myArray [2] = 3;
  873. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  874. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  875. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  876. because the array is passed by reference."
  877. Second Problem
  878. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  879. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  880. Third One
  881. Hi guys
  882. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  883. [code]Escape sequence Character
  884. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  885. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  886. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  887. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  888. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  889. \" Double quotation mark
  890. \' Single quotation mark
  891. \ Backslash
  892. [code]var x = 15;
  893. var y = x;
  894. var x = 30;[/code]
  895. (Clear till now)
  896. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  897. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  898. value is 9:
  899. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  900. return x * x;
  901. }
  902. var inValue = 3;
  903. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  904. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  905. (let's begin the problem:)
  906. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  907. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  908. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  909. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  910. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  911. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  912. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  913. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  914. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  915. var newArray = myArray;
  916. myArray [1] == "jack";
  917. trace (newArray);[/code]
  918. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  919. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  920. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  921. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  922. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  923. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  924. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  925. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  926. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  927. var i;
  928. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  929. theArray [i] == 0;
  930. }
  931. }
  932. var myArray = new Array();
  933. myArray [0] = 1;
  934. myArray [1] = 2;
  935. myArray [2] = 3;
  936. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  937. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  938. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  939. because the array is passed by reference."
  940. Second Problem
  941. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  942. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  943. Third One
  944. Hi guys
  945. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  946. [code]Escape sequence Character
  947. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  948. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  949. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  950. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  951. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  952. \" Double quotation mark
  953. \' Single quotation mark
  954. \ Backslash
  955. [code]var x = 15;
  956. var y = x;
  957. var x = 30;[/code]
  958. (Clear till now)
  959. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  960. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  961. value is 9:
  962. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  963. return x * x;
  964. }
  965. var inValue = 3;
  966. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  967. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  968. (let's begin the problem:)
  969. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  970. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  971. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  972. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  973. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  974. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  975. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  976. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  977. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  978. var newArray = myArray;
  979. myArray [1] == "jack";
  980. trace (newArray);[/code]
  981. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  982. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  983. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  984. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  985. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  986. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  987. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  988. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  989. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  990. var i;
  991. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  992. theArray [i] == 0;
  993. }
  994. }
  995. var myArray = new Array();
  996. myArray [0] = 1;
  997. myArray [1] = 2;
  998. myArray [2] = 3;
  999. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1000. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1001. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1002. because the array is passed by reference."
  1003. Second Problem
  1004. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1005. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1006. Third One
  1007. Hi guys
  1008. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1009. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1010. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1011. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1012. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1013. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1014. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1015. \" Double quotation mark
  1016. \' Single quotation mark
  1017. \ Backslash
  1018. [code]var x = 15;
  1019. var y = x;
  1020. var x = 30;[/code]
  1021. (Clear till now)
  1022. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1023. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1024. value is 9:
  1025. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1026. return x * x;
  1027. }
  1028. var inValue = 3;
  1029. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1030. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1031. (let's begin the problem:)
  1032. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1033. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1034. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1035. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1036. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1037. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1038. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1039. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1040. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1041. var newArray = myArray;
  1042. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1043. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1044. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1045. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1046. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1047. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1048. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1049. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1050. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1051. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1052. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1053. var i;
  1054. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1055. theArray [i] == 0;
  1056. }
  1057. }
  1058. var myArray = new Array();
  1059. myArray [0] = 1;
  1060. myArray [1] = 2;
  1061. myArray [2] = 3;
  1062. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1063. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1064. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1065. because the array is passed by reference."
  1066. Second Problem
  1067. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1068. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1069. Third One
  1070. Hi guys
  1071. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1072. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1073. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1074. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1075. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1076. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1077. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1078. \" Double quotation mark
  1079. \' Single quotation mark
  1080. \ Backslash
  1081. [code]var x = 15;
  1082. var y = x;
  1083. var x = 30;[/code]
  1084. (Clear till now)
  1085. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1086. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1087. value is 9:
  1088. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1089. return x * x;
  1090. }
  1091. var inValue = 3;
  1092. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1093. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1094. (let's begin the problem:)
  1095. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1096. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1097. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1098. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1099. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1100. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1101. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1102. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1103. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1104. var newArray = myArray;
  1105. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1106. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1107. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1108. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1109. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1110. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1111. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1112. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1113. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1114. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1115. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1116. var i;
  1117. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1118. theArray [i] == 0;
  1119. }
  1120. }
  1121. var myArray = new Array();
  1122. myArray [0] = 1;
  1123. myArray [1] = 2;
  1124. myArray [2] = 3;
  1125. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1126. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1127. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1128. because the array is passed by reference."
  1129. Second Problem
  1130. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1131. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1132. Third One
  1133. Hi guys
  1134. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1135. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1136. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1137. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1138. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1139. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1140. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1141. \" Double quotation mark
  1142. \' Single quotation mark
  1143. \ Backslash
  1144. [code]var x = 15;
  1145. var y = x;
  1146. var x = 30;[/code]
  1147. (Clear till now)
  1148. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1149. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1150. value is 9:
  1151. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1152. return x * x;
  1153. }
  1154. var inValue = 3;
  1155. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1156. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1157. (let's begin the problem:)
  1158. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1159. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1160. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1161. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1162. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1163. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1164. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1165. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1166. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1167. var newArray = myArray;
  1168. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1169. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1170. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1171. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1172. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1173. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1174. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1175. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1176. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1177. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1178. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1179. var i;
  1180. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1181. theArray [i] == 0;
  1182. }
  1183. }
  1184. var myArray = new Array();
  1185. myArray [0] = 1;
  1186. myArray [1] = 2;
  1187. myArray [2] = 3;
  1188. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1189. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1190. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1191. because the array is passed by reference."
  1192. Second Problem
  1193. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1194. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1195. Third One
  1196. Hi guys
  1197. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1198. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1199. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1200. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1201. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1202. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1203. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1204. \" Double quotation mark
  1205. \' Single quotation mark
  1206. \ Backslash
  1207. [code]var x = 15;
  1208. var y = x;
  1209. var x = 30;[/code]
  1210. (Clear till now)
  1211. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1212. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1213. value is 9:
  1214. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1215. return x * x;
  1216. }
  1217. var inValue = 3;
  1218. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1219. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1220. (let's begin the problem:)
  1221. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1222. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1223. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1224. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1225. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1226. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1227. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1228. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1229. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1230. var newArray = myArray;
  1231. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1232. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1233. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1234. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1235. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1236. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1237. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1238. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1239. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1240. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1241. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1242. var i;
  1243. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1244. theArray [i] == 0;
  1245. }
  1246. }
  1247. var myArray = new Array();
  1248. myArray [0] = 1;
  1249. myArray [1] = 2;
  1250. myArray [2] = 3;
  1251. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1252. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1253. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1254. because the array is passed by reference."
  1255. Second Problem
  1256. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1257. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1258. Third One
  1259. Hi guys
  1260. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1261. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1262. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1263. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1264. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1265. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1266. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1267. \" Double quotation mark
  1268. \' Single quotation mark
  1269. \ Backslash
  1270. [code]var x = 15;
  1271. var y = x;
  1272. var x = 30;[/code]
  1273. (Clear till now)
  1274. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1275. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1276. value is 9:
  1277. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1278. return x * x;
  1279. }
  1280. var inValue = 3;
  1281. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1282. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1283. (let's begin the problem:)
  1284. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1285. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1286. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1287. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1288. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1289. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1290. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1291. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1292. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1293. var newArray = myArray;
  1294. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1295. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1296. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1297. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1298. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1299. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1300. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1301. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1302. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1303. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1304. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1305. var i;
  1306. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1307. theArray [i] == 0;
  1308. }
  1309. }
  1310. var myArray = new Array();
  1311. myArray [0] = 1;
  1312. myArray [1] = 2;
  1313. myArray [2] = 3;
  1314. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1315. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1316. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1317. because the array is passed by reference."
  1318. Second Problem
  1319. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1320. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1321. Third One
  1322. Hi guys
  1323. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1324. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1325. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1326. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1327. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1328. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1329. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1330. \" Double quotation mark
  1331. \' Single quotation mark
  1332. \ Backslash
  1333. [code]var x = 15;
  1334. var y = x;
  1335. var x = 30;[/code]
  1336. (Clear till now)
  1337. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1338. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1339. value is 9:
  1340. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1341. return x * x;
  1342. }
  1343. var inValue = 3;
  1344. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1345. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1346. (let's begin the problem:)
  1347. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1348. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1349. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1350. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1351. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1352. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1353. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1354. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1355. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1356. var newArray = myArray;
  1357. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1358. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1359. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1360. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1361. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1362. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1363. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1364. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1365. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1366. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1367. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1368. var i;
  1369. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1370. theArray [i] == 0;
  1371. }
  1372. }
  1373. var myArray = new Array();
  1374. myArray [0] = 1;
  1375. myArray [1] = 2;
  1376. myArray [2] = 3;
  1377. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1378. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1379. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1380. because the array is passed by reference."
  1381. Second Problem
  1382. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1383. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1384. Third One
  1385. Hi guys
  1386. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1387. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1388. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1389. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1390. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1391. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1392. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1393. \" Double quotation mark
  1394. \' Single quotation mark
  1395. \ Backslash
  1396. [code]var x = 15;
  1397. var y = x;
  1398. var x = 30;[/code]
  1399. (Clear till now)
  1400. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1401. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1402. value is 9:
  1403. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1404. return x * x;
  1405. }
  1406. var inValue = 3;
  1407. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1408. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1409. (let's begin the problem:)
  1410. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1411. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1412. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1413. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1414. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1415. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1416. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1417. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1418. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1419. var newArray = myArray;
  1420. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1421. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1422. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1423. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1424. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1425. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1426. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1427. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1428. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1429. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1430. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1431. var i;
  1432. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1433. theArray [i] == 0;
  1434. }
  1435. }
  1436. var myArray = new Array();
  1437. myArray [0] = 1;
  1438. myArray [1] = 2;
  1439. myArray [2] = 3;
  1440. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1441. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1442. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1443. because the array is passed by reference."
  1444. Second Problem
  1445. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1446. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1447. Third One
  1448. Hi guys
  1449. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1450. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1451. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1452. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1453. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1454. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1455. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1456. \" Double quotation mark
  1457. \' Single quotation mark
  1458. \ Backslash
  1459. [code]var x = 15;
  1460. var y = x;
  1461. var x = 30;[/code]
  1462. (Clear till now)
  1463. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1464. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1465. value is 9:
  1466. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1467. return x * x;
  1468. }
  1469. var inValue = 3;
  1470. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1471. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1472. (let's begin the problem:)
  1473. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1474. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1475. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1476. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1477. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1478. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1479. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1480. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1481. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1482. var newArray = myArray;
  1483. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1484. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1485. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1486. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1487. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1488. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1489. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1490. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1491. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1492. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1493. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1494. var i;
  1495. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1496. theArray [i] == 0;
  1497. }
  1498. }
  1499. var myArray = new Array();
  1500. myArray [0] = 1;
  1501. myArray [1] = 2;
  1502. myArray [2] = 3;
  1503. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1504. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1505. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1506. because the array is passed by reference."
  1507. Second Problem
  1508. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1509. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1510. Third One
  1511. Hi guys
  1512. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1513. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1514. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1515. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1516. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1517. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1518. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1519. \" Double quotation mark
  1520. \' Single quotation mark
  1521. \ Backslash
  1522. [code]var x = 15;
  1523. var y = x;
  1524. var x = 30;[/code]
  1525. (Clear till now)
  1526. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1527. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1528. value is 9:
  1529. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1530. return x * x;
  1531. }
  1532. var inValue = 3;
  1533. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1534. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1535. (let's begin the problem:)
  1536. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1537. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1538. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1539. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1540. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1541. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1542. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1543. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1544. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1545. var newArray = myArray;
  1546. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1547. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1548. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1549. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1550. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1551. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1552. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1553. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1554. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1555. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1556. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1557. var i;
  1558. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1559. theArray [i] == 0;
  1560. }
  1561. }
  1562. var myArray = new Array();
  1563. myArray [0] = 1;
  1564. myArray [1] = 2;
  1565. myArray [2] = 3;
  1566. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1567. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1568. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1569. because the array is passed by reference."
  1570. Second Problem
  1571. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1572. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1573. Third One
  1574. Hi guys
  1575. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1576. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1577. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1578. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1579. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1580. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1581. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1582. \" Double quotation mark
  1583. \' Single quotation mark
  1584. \ Backslash
  1585. [code]var x = 15;
  1586. var y = x;
  1587. var x = 30;[/code]
  1588. (Clear till now)
  1589. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1590. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1591. value is 9:
  1592. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1593. return x * x;
  1594. }
  1595. var inValue = 3;
  1596. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1597. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1598. (let's begin the problem:)
  1599. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1600. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1601. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1602. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1603. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1604. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1605. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1606. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1607. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1608. var newArray = myArray;
  1609. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1610. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1611. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1612. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1613. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1614. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1615. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1616. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1617. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1618. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1619. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1620. var i;
  1621. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1622. theArray [i] == 0;
  1623. }
  1624. }
  1625. var myArray = new Array();
  1626. myArray [0] = 1;
  1627. myArray [1] = 2;
  1628. myArray [2] = 3;
  1629. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1630. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1631. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1632. because the array is passed by reference."
  1633. Second Problem
  1634. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1635. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1636. Third One
  1637. Hi guys
  1638. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1639. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1640. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1641. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1642. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1643. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1644. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1645. \" Double quotation mark
  1646. \' Single quotation mark
  1647. \ Backslash
  1648. [code]var x = 15;
  1649. var y = x;
  1650. var x = 30;[/code]
  1651. (Clear till now)
  1652. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1653. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1654. value is 9:
  1655. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1656. return x * x;
  1657. }
  1658. var inValue = 3;
  1659. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1660. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1661. (let's begin the problem:)
  1662. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1663. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1664. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1665. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1666. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1667. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1668. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1669. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1670. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1671. var newArray = myArray;
  1672. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1673. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1674. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1675. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1676. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1677. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1678. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1679. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1680. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1681. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1682. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1683. var i;
  1684. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1685. theArray [i] == 0;
  1686. }
  1687. }
  1688. var myArray = new Array();
  1689. myArray [0] = 1;
  1690. myArray [1] = 2;
  1691. myArray [2] = 3;
  1692. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1693. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1694. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1695. because the array is passed by reference."
  1696. Second Problem
  1697. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1698. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1699. Third One
  1700. Hi guys
  1701. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1702. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1703. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1704. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1705. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1706. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1707. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1708. \" Double quotation mark
  1709. \' Single quotation mark
  1710. \ Backslash
  1711. [code]var x = 15;
  1712. var y = x;
  1713. var x = 30;[/code]
  1714. (Clear till now)
  1715. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1716. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1717. value is 9:
  1718. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1719. return x * x;
  1720. }
  1721. var inValue = 3;
  1722. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1723. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1724. (let's begin the problem:)
  1725. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1726. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1727. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1728. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1729. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1730. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1731. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1732. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1733. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1734. var newArray = myArray;
  1735. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1736. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1737. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1738. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1739. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1740. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1741. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1742. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1743. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1744. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1745. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1746. var i;
  1747. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1748. theArray [i] == 0;
  1749. }
  1750. }
  1751. var myArray = new Array();
  1752. myArray [0] = 1;
  1753. myArray [1] = 2;
  1754. myArray [2] = 3;
  1755. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1756. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1757. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1758. because the array is passed by reference."
  1759. Second Problem
  1760. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1761. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1762. Third One
  1763. Hi guys
  1764. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1765. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1766. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1767. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1768. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1769. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1770. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1771. \" Double quotation mark
  1772. \' Single quotation mark
  1773. \ Backslash
  1774. [code]var x = 15;
  1775. var y = x;
  1776. var x = 30;[/code]
  1777. (Clear till now)
  1778. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1779. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1780. value is 9:
  1781. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1782. return x * x;
  1783. }
  1784. var inValue = 3;
  1785. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1786. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1787. (let's begin the problem:)
  1788. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1789. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1790. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1791. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1792. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1793. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1794. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1795. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1796. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1797. var newArray = myArray;
  1798. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1799. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1800. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1801. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1802. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1803. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1804. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1805. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1806. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1807. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1808. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1809. var i;
  1810. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1811. theArray [i] == 0;
  1812. }
  1813. }
  1814. var myArray = new Array();
  1815. myArray [0] = 1;
  1816. myArray [1] = 2;
  1817. myArray [2] = 3;
  1818. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1819. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1820. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1821. because the array is passed by reference."
  1822. Second Problem
  1823. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1824. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1825. Third One
  1826. Hi guys
  1827. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1828. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1829. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1830. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1831. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1832. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1833. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1834. \" Double quotation mark
  1835. \' Single quotation mark
  1836. \ Backslash
  1837. [code]var x = 15;
  1838. var y = x;
  1839. var x = 30;[/code]
  1840. (Clear till now)
  1841. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1842. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1843. value is 9:
  1844. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1845. return x * x;
  1846. }
  1847. var inValue = 3;
  1848. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1849. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1850. (let's begin the problem:)
  1851. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1852. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1853. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1854. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1855. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1856. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1857. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1858. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1859. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1860. var newArray = myArray;
  1861. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1862. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1863. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1864. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1865. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1866. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1867. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1868. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1869. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1870. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1871. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1872. var i;
  1873. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1874. theArray [i] == 0;
  1875. }
  1876. }
  1877. var myArray = new Array();
  1878. myArray [0] = 1;
  1879. myArray [1] = 2;
  1880. myArray [2] = 3;
  1881. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1882. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1883. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1884. because the array is passed by reference."
  1885. Second Problem
  1886. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1887. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1888. Third One
  1889. Hi guys
  1890. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1891. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1892. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1893. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1894. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1895. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1896. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1897. \" Double quotation mark
  1898. \' Single quotation mark
  1899. \ Backslash
  1900. [code]var x = 15;
  1901. var y = x;
  1902. var x = 30;[/code]
  1903. (Clear till now)
  1904. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1905. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1906. value is 9:
  1907. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1908. return x * x;
  1909. }
  1910. var inValue = 3;
  1911. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1912. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1913. (let's begin the problem:)
  1914. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1915. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1916. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1917. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1918. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1919. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1920. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1921. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1922. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1923. var newArray = myArray;
  1924. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1925. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1926. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1927. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1928. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1929. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1930. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1931. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1932. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1933. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1934. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1935. var i;
  1936. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  1937. theArray [i] == 0;
  1938. }
  1939. }
  1940. var myArray = new Array();
  1941. myArray [0] = 1;
  1942. myArray [1] = 2;
  1943. myArray [2] = 3;
  1944. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  1945. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  1946. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  1947. because the array is passed by reference."
  1948. Second Problem
  1949. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  1950. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  1951. Third One
  1952. Hi guys
  1953. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  1954. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1955. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1956. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1957. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1958. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1959. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1960. \" Double quotation mark
  1961. \' Single quotation mark
  1962. \ Backslash
  1963. [code]var x = 15;
  1964. var y = x;
  1965. var x = 30;[/code]
  1966. (Clear till now)
  1967. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  1968. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  1969. value is 9:
  1970. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  1971. return x * x;
  1972. }
  1973. var inValue = 3;
  1974. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  1975. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  1976. (let's begin the problem:)
  1977. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  1978. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  1979. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  1980. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  1981. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  1982. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  1983. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  1984. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  1985. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  1986. var newArray = myArray;
  1987. myArray [1] == "jack";
  1988. trace (newArray);[/code]
  1989. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  1990. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  1991. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  1992. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  1993. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  1994. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  1995. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  1996. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  1997. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  1998. var i;
  1999. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2000. theArray [i] == 0;
  2001. }
  2002. }
  2003. var myArray = new Array();
  2004. myArray [0] = 1;
  2005. myArray [1] = 2;
  2006. myArray [2] = 3;
  2007. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2008. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2009. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2010. because the array is passed by reference."
  2011. Second Problem
  2012. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2013. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2014. Third One
  2015. Hi guys
  2016. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2017. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2018. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2019. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2020. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2021. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2022. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2023. \" Double quotation mark
  2024. \' Single quotation mark
  2025. \ Backslash
  2026. [code]var x = 15;
  2027. var y = x;
  2028. var x = 30;[/code]
  2029. (Clear till now)
  2030. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2031. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2032. value is 9:
  2033. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2034. return x * x;
  2035. }
  2036. var inValue = 3;
  2037. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2038. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2039. (let's begin the problem:)
  2040. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2041. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2042. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2043. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2044. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2045. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2046. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2047. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2048. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2049. var newArray = myArray;
  2050. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2051. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2052. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2053. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2054. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2055. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2056. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2057. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2058. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2059. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2060. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2061. var i;
  2062. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2063. theArray [i] == 0;
  2064. }
  2065. }
  2066. var myArray = new Array();
  2067. myArray [0] = 1;
  2068. myArray [1] = 2;
  2069. myArray [2] = 3;
  2070. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2071. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2072. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2073. because the array is passed by reference."
  2074. Second Problem
  2075. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2076. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2077. Third One
  2078. Hi guys
  2079. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2080. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2081. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2082. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2083. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2084. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2085. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2086. \" Double quotation mark
  2087. \' Single quotation mark
  2088. \ Backslash
  2089. [code]var x = 15;
  2090. var y = x;
  2091. var x = 30;[/code]
  2092. (Clear till now)
  2093. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2094. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2095. value is 9:
  2096. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2097. return x * x;
  2098. }
  2099. var inValue = 3;
  2100. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2101. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2102. (let's begin the problem:)
  2103. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2104. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2105. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2106. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2107. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2108. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2109. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2110. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2111. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2112. var newArray = myArray;
  2113. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2114. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2115. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2116. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2117. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2118. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2119. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2120. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2121. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2122. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2123. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2124. var i;
  2125. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2126. theArray [i] == 0;
  2127. }
  2128. }
  2129. var myArray = new Array();
  2130. myArray [0] = 1;
  2131. myArray [1] = 2;
  2132. myArray [2] = 3;
  2133. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2134. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2135. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2136. because the array is passed by reference."
  2137. Second Problem
  2138. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2139. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2140. Third One
  2141. Hi guys
  2142. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2143. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2144. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2145. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2146. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2147. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2148. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2149. \" Double quotation mark
  2150. \' Single quotation mark
  2151. \ Backslash
  2152. [code]var x = 15;
  2153. var y = x;
  2154. var x = 30;[/code]
  2155. (Clear till now)
  2156. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2157. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2158. value is 9:
  2159. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2160. return x * x;
  2161. }
  2162. var inValue = 3;
  2163. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2164. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2165. (let's begin the problem:)
  2166. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2167. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2168. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2169. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2170. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2171. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2172. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2173. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2174. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2175. var newArray = myArray;
  2176. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2177. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2178. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2179. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2180. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2181. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2182. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2183. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2184. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2185. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2186. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2187. var i;
  2188. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2189. theArray [i] == 0;
  2190. }
  2191. }
  2192. var myArray = new Array();
  2193. myArray [0] = 1;
  2194. myArray [1] = 2;
  2195. myArray [2] = 3;
  2196. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2197. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2198. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2199. because the array is passed by reference."
  2200. Second Problem
  2201. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2202. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2203. Third One
  2204. Hi guys
  2205. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2206. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2207. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2208. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2209. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2210. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2211. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2212. \" Double quotation mark
  2213. \' Single quotation mark
  2214. \ Backslash
  2215. [code]var x = 15;
  2216. var y = x;
  2217. var x = 30;[/code]
  2218. (Clear till now)
  2219. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2220. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2221. value is 9:
  2222. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2223. return x * x;
  2224. }
  2225. var inValue = 3;
  2226. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2227. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2228. (let's begin the problem:)
  2229. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2230. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2231. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2232. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2233. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2234. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2235. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2236. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2237. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2238. var newArray = myArray;
  2239. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2240. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2241. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2242. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2243. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2244. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2245. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2246. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2247. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2248. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2249. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2250. var i;
  2251. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2252. theArray [i] == 0;
  2253. }
  2254. }
  2255. var myArray = new Array();
  2256. myArray [0] = 1;
  2257. myArray [1] = 2;
  2258. myArray [2] = 3;
  2259. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2260. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2261. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2262. because the array is passed by reference."
  2263. Second Problem
  2264. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2265. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2266. Third One
  2267. Hi guys
  2268. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2269. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2270. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2271. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2272. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2273. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2274. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2275. \" Double quotation mark
  2276. \' Single quotation mark
  2277. \ Backslash
  2278. [code]var x = 15;
  2279. var y = x;
  2280. var x = 30;[/code]
  2281. (Clear till now)
  2282. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2283. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2284. value is 9:
  2285. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2286. return x * x;
  2287. }
  2288. var inValue = 3;
  2289. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2290. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2291. (let's begin the problem:)
  2292. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2293. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2294. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2295. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2296. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2297. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2298. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2299. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2300. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2301. var newArray = myArray;
  2302. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2303. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2304. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2305. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2306. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2307. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2308. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2309. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2310. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2311. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2312. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2313. var i;
  2314. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2315. theArray [i] == 0;
  2316. }
  2317. }
  2318. var myArray = new Array();
  2319. myArray [0] = 1;
  2320. myArray [1] = 2;
  2321. myArray [2] = 3;
  2322. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2323. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2324. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2325. because the array is passed by reference."
  2326. Second Problem
  2327. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2328. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2329. Third One
  2330. Hi guys
  2331. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2332. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2333. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2334. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2335. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2336. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2337. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2338. \" Double quotation mark
  2339. \' Single quotation mark
  2340. \ Backslash
  2341. [code]var x = 15;
  2342. var y = x;
  2343. var x = 30;[/code]
  2344. (Clear till now)
  2345. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2346. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2347. value is 9:
  2348. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2349. return x * x;
  2350. }
  2351. var inValue = 3;
  2352. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2353. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2354. (let's begin the problem:)
  2355. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2356. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2357. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2358. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2359. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2360. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2361. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2362. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2363. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2364. var newArray = myArray;
  2365. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2366. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2367. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2368. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2369. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2370. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2371. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2372. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2373. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2374. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2375. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2376. var i;
  2377. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2378. theArray [i] == 0;
  2379. }
  2380. }
  2381. var myArray = new Array();
  2382. myArray [0] = 1;
  2383. myArray [1] = 2;
  2384. myArray [2] = 3;
  2385. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2386. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2387. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2388. because the array is passed by reference."
  2389. Second Problem
  2390. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2391. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2392. Third One
  2393. Hi guys
  2394. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2395. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2396. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2397. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2398. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2399. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2400. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2401. \" Double quotation mark
  2402. \' Single quotation mark
  2403. \ Backslash
  2404. [code]var x = 15;
  2405. var y = x;
  2406. var x = 30;[/code]
  2407. (Clear till now)
  2408. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2409. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2410. value is 9:
  2411. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2412. return x * x;
  2413. }
  2414. var inValue = 3;
  2415. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2416. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2417. (let's begin the problem:)
  2418. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2419. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2420. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2421. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2422. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2423. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2424. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2425. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2426. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2427. var newArray = myArray;
  2428. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2429. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2430. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2431. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2432. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2433. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2434. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2435. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2436. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2437. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2438. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2439. var i;
  2440. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2441. theArray [i] == 0;
  2442. }
  2443. }
  2444. var myArray = new Array();
  2445. myArray [0] = 1;
  2446. myArray [1] = 2;
  2447. myArray [2] = 3;
  2448. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2449. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2450. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2451. because the array is passed by reference."
  2452. Second Problem
  2453. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2454. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2455. Third One
  2456. Hi guys
  2457. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2458. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2459. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2460. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2461. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2462. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2463. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2464. \" Double quotation mark
  2465. \' Single quotation mark
  2466. \ Backslash
  2467. [code]var x = 15;
  2468. var y = x;
  2469. var x = 30;[/code]
  2470. (Clear till now)
  2471. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2472. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2473. value is 9:
  2474. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2475. return x * x;
  2476. }
  2477. var inValue = 3;
  2478. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2479. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2480. (let's begin the problem:)
  2481. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2482. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2483. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2484. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2485. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2486. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2487. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2488. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2489. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2490. var newArray = myArray;
  2491. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2492. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2493. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2494. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2495. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2496. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2497. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2498. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2499. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2500. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2501. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2502. var i;
  2503. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2504. theArray [i] == 0;
  2505. }
  2506. }
  2507. var myArray = new Array();
  2508. myArray [0] = 1;
  2509. myArray [1] = 2;
  2510. myArray [2] = 3;
  2511. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2512. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2513. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2514. because the array is passed by reference."
  2515. Second Problem
  2516. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2517. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2518. Third One
  2519. Hi guys
  2520. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2521. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2522. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2523. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2524. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2525. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2526. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2527. \" Double quotation mark
  2528. \' Single quotation mark
  2529. \ Backslash
  2530. [code]var x = 15;
  2531. var y = x;
  2532. var x = 30;[/code]
  2533. (Clear till now)
  2534. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2535. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2536. value is 9:
  2537. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2538. return x * x;
  2539. }
  2540. var inValue = 3;
  2541. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2542. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2543. (let's begin the problem:)
  2544. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2545. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2546. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2547. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2548. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2549. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2550. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2551. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2552. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2553. var newArray = myArray;
  2554. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2555. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2556. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2557. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2558. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2559. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2560. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2561. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2562. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2563. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2564. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2565. var i;
  2566. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2567. theArray [i] == 0;
  2568. }
  2569. }
  2570. var myArray = new Array();
  2571. myArray [0] = 1;
  2572. myArray [1] = 2;
  2573. myArray [2] = 3;
  2574. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2575. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2576. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2577. because the array is passed by reference."
  2578. Second Problem
  2579. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2580. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2581. Third One
  2582. Hi guys
  2583. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2584. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2585. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2586. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2587. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2588. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2589. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2590. \" Double quotation mark
  2591. \' Single quotation mark
  2592. \ Backslash
  2593. [code]var x = 15;
  2594. var y = x;
  2595. var x = 30;[/code]
  2596. (Clear till now)
  2597. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2598. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2599. value is 9:
  2600. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2601. return x * x;
  2602. }
  2603. var inValue = 3;
  2604. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2605. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2606. (let's begin the problem:)
  2607. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2608. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2609. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2610. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2611. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2612. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2613. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2614. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2615. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2616. var newArray = myArray;
  2617. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2618. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2619. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2620. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2621. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2622. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2623. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2624. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2625. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2626. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2627. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2628. var i;
  2629. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2630. theArray [i] == 0;
  2631. }
  2632. }
  2633. var myArray = new Array();
  2634. myArray [0] = 1;
  2635. myArray [1] = 2;
  2636. myArray [2] = 3;
  2637. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2638. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2639. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2640. because the array is passed by reference."
  2641. Second Problem
  2642. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2643. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2644. Third One
  2645. Hi guys
  2646. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2647. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2648. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2649. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2650. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2651. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2652. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2653. \" Double quotation mark
  2654. \' Single quotation mark
  2655. \ Backslash
  2656. [code]var x = 15;
  2657. var y = x;
  2658. var x = 30;[/code]
  2659. (Clear till now)
  2660. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2661. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2662. value is 9:
  2663. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2664. return x * x;
  2665. }
  2666. var inValue = 3;
  2667. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2668. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2669. (let's begin the problem:)
  2670. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2671. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2672. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2673. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2674. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2675. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2676. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2677. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2678. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2679. var newArray = myArray;
  2680. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2681. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2682. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2683. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2684. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2685. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2686. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2687. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2688. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2689. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2690. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2691. var i;
  2692. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2693. theArray [i] == 0;
  2694. }
  2695. }
  2696. var myArray = new Array();
  2697. myArray [0] = 1;
  2698. myArray [1] = 2;
  2699. myArray [2] = 3;
  2700. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2701. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2702. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2703. because the array is passed by reference."
  2704. Second Problem
  2705. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2706. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2707. Third One
  2708. Hi guys
  2709. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2710. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2711. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2712. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2713. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2714. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2715. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2716. \" Double quotation mark
  2717. \' Single quotation mark
  2718. \ Backslash
  2719. [code]var x = 15;
  2720. var y = x;
  2721. var x = 30;[/code]
  2722. (Clear till now)
  2723. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2724. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2725. value is 9:
  2726. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2727. return x * x;
  2728. }
  2729. var inValue = 3;
  2730. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2731. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2732. (let's begin the problem:)
  2733. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2734. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2735. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2736. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2737. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2738. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2739. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2740. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2741. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2742. var newArray = myArray;
  2743. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2744. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2745. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2746. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2747. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2748. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2749. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2750. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2751. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2752. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2753. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2754. var i;
  2755. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2756. theArray [i] == 0;
  2757. }
  2758. }
  2759. var myArray = new Array();
  2760. myArray [0] = 1;
  2761. myArray [1] = 2;
  2762. myArray [2] = 3;
  2763. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2764. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2765. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2766. because the array is passed by reference."
  2767. Second Problem
  2768. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2769. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2770. Third One
  2771. Hi guys
  2772. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2773. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2774. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2775. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2776. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2777. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2778. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2779. \" Double quotation mark
  2780. \' Single quotation mark
  2781. \ Backslash
  2782. [code]var x = 15;
  2783. var y = x;
  2784. var x = 30;[/code]
  2785. (Clear till now)
  2786. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2787. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2788. value is 9:
  2789. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2790. return x * x;
  2791. }
  2792. var inValue = 3;
  2793. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2794. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2795. (let's begin the problem:)
  2796. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2797. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2798. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2799. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2800. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2801. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2802. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2803. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2804. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2805. var newArray = myArray;
  2806. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2807. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2808. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2809. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2810. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2811. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2812. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2813. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2814. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2815. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2816. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2817. var i;
  2818. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2819. theArray [i] == 0;
  2820. }
  2821. }
  2822. var myArray = new Array();
  2823. myArray [0] = 1;
  2824. myArray [1] = 2;
  2825. myArray [2] = 3;
  2826. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2827. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2828. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2829. because the array is passed by reference."
  2830. Second Problem
  2831. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2832. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2833. Third One
  2834. Hi guys
  2835. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2836. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2837. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2838. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2839. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2840. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2841. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2842. \" Double quotation mark
  2843. \' Single quotation mark
  2844. \ Backslash
  2845. [code]var x = 15;
  2846. var y = x;
  2847. var x = 30;[/code]
  2848. (Clear till now)
  2849. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2850. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2851. value is 9:
  2852. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2853. return x * x;
  2854. }
  2855. var inValue = 3;
  2856. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2857. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2858. (let's begin the problem:)
  2859. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2860. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2861. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2862. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2863. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2864. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2865. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2866. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2867. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2868. var newArray = myArray;
  2869. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2870. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2871. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2872. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2873. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2874. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2875. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2876. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2877. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2878. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2879. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2880. var i;
  2881. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2882. theArray [i] == 0;
  2883. }
  2884. }
  2885. var myArray = new Array();
  2886. myArray [0] = 1;
  2887. myArray [1] = 2;
  2888. myArray [2] = 3;
  2889. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2890. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2891. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2892. because the array is passed by reference."
  2893. Second Problem
  2894. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2895. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2896. Third One
  2897. Hi guys
  2898. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2899. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2900. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2901. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2902. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2903. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2904. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2905. \" Double quotation mark
  2906. \' Single quotation mark
  2907. \ Backslash
  2908. [code]var x = 15;
  2909. var y = x;
  2910. var x = 30;[/code]
  2911. (Clear till now)
  2912. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2913. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2914. value is 9:
  2915. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2916. return x * x;
  2917. }
  2918. var inValue = 3;
  2919. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2920. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2921. (let's begin the problem:)
  2922. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2923. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2924. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2925. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2926. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2927. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2928. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2929. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2930. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2931. var newArray = myArray;
  2932. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2933. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2934. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2935. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2936. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  2937. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  2938. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  2939. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  2940. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  2941. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  2942. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  2943. var i;
  2944. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  2945. theArray [i] == 0;
  2946. }
  2947. }
  2948. var myArray = new Array();
  2949. myArray [0] = 1;
  2950. myArray [1] = 2;
  2951. myArray [2] = 3;
  2952. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  2953. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  2954. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  2955. because the array is passed by reference."
  2956. Second Problem
  2957. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  2958. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  2959. Third One
  2960. Hi guys
  2961. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  2962. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2963. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2964. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2965. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2966. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2967. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2968. \" Double quotation mark
  2969. \' Single quotation mark
  2970. \ Backslash
  2971. [code]var x = 15;
  2972. var y = x;
  2973. var x = 30;[/code]
  2974. (Clear till now)
  2975. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  2976. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  2977. value is 9:
  2978. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  2979. return x * x;
  2980. }
  2981. var inValue = 3;
  2982. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  2983. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  2984. (let's begin the problem:)
  2985. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  2986. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  2987. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  2988. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  2989. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  2990. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  2991. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  2992. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  2993. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  2994. var newArray = myArray;
  2995. myArray [1] == "jack";
  2996. trace (newArray);[/code]
  2997. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  2998. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  2999. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3000. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3001. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3002. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3003. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3004. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3005. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3006. var i;
  3007. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3008. theArray [i] == 0;
  3009. }
  3010. }
  3011. var myArray = new Array();
  3012. myArray [0] = 1;
  3013. myArray [1] = 2;
  3014. myArray [2] = 3;
  3015. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3016. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3017. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3018. because the array is passed by reference."
  3019. Second Problem
  3020. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3021. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3022. Third One
  3023. Hi guys
  3024. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3025. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3026. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3027. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3028. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3029. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3030. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3031. \" Double quotation mark
  3032. \' Single quotation mark
  3033. \ Backslash
  3034. [code]var x = 15;
  3035. var y = x;
  3036. var x = 30;[/code]
  3037. (Clear till now)
  3038. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3039. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3040. value is 9:
  3041. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3042. return x * x;
  3043. }
  3044. var inValue = 3;
  3045. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3046. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3047. (let's begin the problem:)
  3048. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3049. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3050. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3051. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3052. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3053. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3054. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3055. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3056. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3057. var newArray = myArray;
  3058. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3059. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3060. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3061. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3062. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3063. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3064. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3065. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3066. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3067. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3068. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3069. var i;
  3070. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3071. theArray [i] == 0;
  3072. }
  3073. }
  3074. var myArray = new Array();
  3075. myArray [0] = 1;
  3076. myArray [1] = 2;
  3077. myArray [2] = 3;
  3078. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3079. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3080. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3081. because the array is passed by reference."
  3082. Second Problem
  3083. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3084. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3085. Third One
  3086. Hi guys
  3087. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3088. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3089. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3090. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3091. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3092. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3093. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3094. \" Double quotation mark
  3095. \' Single quotation mark
  3096. \ Backslash
  3097. [code]var x = 15;
  3098. var y = x;
  3099. var x = 30;[/code]
  3100. (Clear till now)
  3101. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3102. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3103. value is 9:
  3104. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3105. return x * x;
  3106. }
  3107. var inValue = 3;
  3108. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3109. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3110. (let's begin the problem:)
  3111. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3112. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3113. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3114. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3115. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3116. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3117. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3118. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3119. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3120. var newArray = myArray;
  3121. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3122. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3123. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3124. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3125. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3126. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3127. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3128. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3129. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3130. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3131. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3132. var i;
  3133. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3134. theArray [i] == 0;
  3135. }
  3136. }
  3137. var myArray = new Array();
  3138. myArray [0] = 1;
  3139. myArray [1] = 2;
  3140. myArray [2] = 3;
  3141. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3142. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3143. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3144. because the array is passed by reference."
  3145. Second Problem
  3146. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3147. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3148. Third One
  3149. Hi guys
  3150. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3151. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3152. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3153. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3154. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3155. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3156. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3157. \" Double quotation mark
  3158. \' Single quotation mark
  3159. \ Backslash
  3160. [code]var x = 15;
  3161. var y = x;
  3162. var x = 30;[/code]
  3163. (Clear till now)
  3164. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3165. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3166. value is 9:
  3167. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3168. return x * x;
  3169. }
  3170. var inValue = 3;
  3171. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3172. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3173. (let's begin the problem:)
  3174. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3175. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3176. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3177. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3178. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3179. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3180. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3181. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3182. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3183. var newArray = myArray;
  3184. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3185. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3186. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3187. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3188. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3189. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3190. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3191. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3192. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3193. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3194. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3195. var i;
  3196. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3197. theArray [i] == 0;
  3198. }
  3199. }
  3200. var myArray = new Array();
  3201. myArray [0] = 1;
  3202. myArray [1] = 2;
  3203. myArray [2] = 3;
  3204. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3205. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3206. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3207. because the array is passed by reference."
  3208. Second Problem
  3209. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3210. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3211. Third One
  3212. Hi guys
  3213. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3214. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3215. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3216. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3217. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3218. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3219. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3220. \" Double quotation mark
  3221. \' Single quotation mark
  3222. \ Backslash
  3223. [code]var x = 15;
  3224. var y = x;
  3225. var x = 30;[/code]
  3226. (Clear till now)
  3227. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3228. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3229. value is 9:
  3230. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3231. return x * x;
  3232. }
  3233. var inValue = 3;
  3234. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3235. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3236. (let's begin the problem:)
  3237. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3238. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3239. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3240. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3241. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3242. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3243. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3244. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3245. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3246. var newArray = myArray;
  3247. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3248. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3249. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3250. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3251. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3252. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3253. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3254. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3255. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3256. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3257. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3258. var i;
  3259. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3260. theArray [i] == 0;
  3261. }
  3262. }
  3263. var myArray = new Array();
  3264. myArray [0] = 1;
  3265. myArray [1] = 2;
  3266. myArray [2] = 3;
  3267. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3268. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3269. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3270. because the array is passed by reference."
  3271. Second Problem
  3272. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3273. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3274. Third One
  3275. Hi guys
  3276. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3277. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3278. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3279. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3280. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3281. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3282. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3283. \" Double quotation mark
  3284. \' Single quotation mark
  3285. \ Backslash
  3286. [code]var x = 15;
  3287. var y = x;
  3288. var x = 30;[/code]
  3289. (Clear till now)
  3290. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3291. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3292. value is 9:
  3293. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3294. return x * x;
  3295. }
  3296. var inValue = 3;
  3297. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3298. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3299. (let's begin the problem:)
  3300. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3301. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3302. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3303. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3304. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3305. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3306. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3307. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3308. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3309. var newArray = myArray;
  3310. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3311. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3312. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3313. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3314. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3315. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3316. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3317. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3318. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3319. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3320. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3321. var i;
  3322. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3323. theArray [i] == 0;
  3324. }
  3325. }
  3326. var myArray = new Array();
  3327. myArray [0] = 1;
  3328. myArray [1] = 2;
  3329. myArray [2] = 3;
  3330. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3331. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3332. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3333. because the array is passed by reference."
  3334. Second Problem
  3335. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3336. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3337. Third One
  3338. Hi guys
  3339. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3340. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3341. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3342. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3343. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3344. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3345. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3346. \" Double quotation mark
  3347. \' Single quotation mark
  3348. \ Backslash
  3349. [code]var x = 15;
  3350. var y = x;
  3351. var x = 30;[/code]
  3352. (Clear till now)
  3353. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3354. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3355. value is 9:
  3356. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3357. return x * x;
  3358. }
  3359. var inValue = 3;
  3360. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3361. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3362. (let's begin the problem:)
  3363. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3364. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3365. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3366. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3367. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3368. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3369. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3370. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3371. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3372. var newArray = myArray;
  3373. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3374. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3375. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3376. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3377. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3378. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3379. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3380. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3381. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3382. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3383. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3384. var i;
  3385. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3386. theArray [i] == 0;
  3387. }
  3388. }
  3389. var myArray = new Array();
  3390. myArray [0] = 1;
  3391. myArray [1] = 2;
  3392. myArray [2] = 3;
  3393. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3394. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3395. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3396. because the array is passed by reference."
  3397. Second Problem
  3398. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3399. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3400. Third One
  3401. Hi guys
  3402. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3403. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3404. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3405. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3406. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3407. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3408. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3409. \" Double quotation mark
  3410. \' Single quotation mark
  3411. \ Backslash
  3412. [code]var x = 15;
  3413. var y = x;
  3414. var x = 30;[/code]
  3415. (Clear till now)
  3416. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3417. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3418. value is 9:
  3419. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3420. return x * x;
  3421. }
  3422. var inValue = 3;
  3423. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3424. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3425. (let's begin the problem:)
  3426. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3427. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3428. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3429. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3430. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3431. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3432. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3433. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3434. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3435. var newArray = myArray;
  3436. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3437. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3438. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3439. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3440. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3441. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3442. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3443. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3444. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3445. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3446. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3447. var i;
  3448. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3449. theArray [i] == 0;
  3450. }
  3451. }
  3452. var myArray = new Array();
  3453. myArray [0] = 1;
  3454. myArray [1] = 2;
  3455. myArray [2] = 3;
  3456. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3457. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3458. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3459. because the array is passed by reference."
  3460. Second Problem
  3461. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3462. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3463. Third One
  3464. Hi guys
  3465. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3466. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3467. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3468. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3469. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3470. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3471. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3472. \" Double quotation mark
  3473. \' Single quotation mark
  3474. \ Backslash
  3475. [code]var x = 15;
  3476. var y = x;
  3477. var x = 30;[/code]
  3478. (Clear till now)
  3479. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3480. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3481. value is 9:
  3482. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3483. return x * x;
  3484. }
  3485. var inValue = 3;
  3486. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3487. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3488. (let's begin the problem:)
  3489. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3490. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3491. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3492. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3493. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3494. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3495. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3496. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3497. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3498. var newArray = myArray;
  3499. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3500. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3501. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3502. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3503. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3504. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3505. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3506. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3507. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3508. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3509. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3510. var i;
  3511. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3512. theArray [i] == 0;
  3513. }
  3514. }
  3515. var myArray = new Array();
  3516. myArray [0] = 1;
  3517. myArray [1] = 2;
  3518. myArray [2] = 3;
  3519. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3520. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3521. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3522. because the array is passed by reference."
  3523. Second Problem
  3524. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3525. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3526. Third One
  3527. Hi guys
  3528. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3529. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3530. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3531. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3532. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3533. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3534. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3535. \" Double quotation mark
  3536. \' Single quotation mark
  3537. \ Backslash
  3538. [code]var x = 15;
  3539. var y = x;
  3540. var x = 30;[/code]
  3541. (Clear till now)
  3542. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3543. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3544. value is 9:
  3545. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3546. return x * x;
  3547. }
  3548. var inValue = 3;
  3549. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3550. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3551. (let's begin the problem:)
  3552. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3553. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3554. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3555. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3556. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3557. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3558. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3559. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3560. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3561. var newArray = myArray;
  3562. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3563. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3564. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3565. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3566. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3567. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3568. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3569. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3570. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3571. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3572. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3573. var i;
  3574. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3575. theArray [i] == 0;
  3576. }
  3577. }
  3578. var myArray = new Array();
  3579. myArray [0] = 1;
  3580. myArray [1] = 2;
  3581. myArray [2] = 3;
  3582. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3583. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3584. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3585. because the array is passed by reference."
  3586. Second Problem
  3587. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3588. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3589. Third One
  3590. Hi guys
  3591. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3592. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3593. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3594. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3595. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3596. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3597. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3598. \" Double quotation mark
  3599. \' Single quotation mark
  3600. \ Backslash
  3601. [code]var x = 15;
  3602. var y = x;
  3603. var x = 30;[/code]
  3604. (Clear till now)
  3605. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3606. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3607. value is 9:
  3608. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3609. return x * x;
  3610. }
  3611. var inValue = 3;
  3612. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3613. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3614. (let's begin the problem:)
  3615. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3616. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3617. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3618. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3619. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3620. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3621. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3622. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3623. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3624. var newArray = myArray;
  3625. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3626. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3627. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3628. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3629. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3630. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3631. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3632. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3633. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3634. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3635. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3636. var i;
  3637. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3638. theArray [i] == 0;
  3639. }
  3640. }
  3641. var myArray = new Array();
  3642. myArray [0] = 1;
  3643. myArray [1] = 2;
  3644. myArray [2] = 3;
  3645. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3646. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3647. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3648. because the array is passed by reference."
  3649. Second Problem
  3650. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3651. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3652. Third One
  3653. Hi guys
  3654. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3655. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3656. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3657. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3658. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3659. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3660. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3661. \" Double quotation mark
  3662. \' Single quotation mark
  3663. \ Backslash
  3664. [code]var x = 15;
  3665. var y = x;
  3666. var x = 30;[/code]
  3667. (Clear till now)
  3668. As another example, the variable inValue contains a primitive value,
  3669. 3, so the actual value is passed to the sqrt() function and the returned
  3670. value is 9:
  3671. [code]function sqrt (x) {
  3672. return x * x;
  3673. }
  3674. var inValue = 3;
  3675. var out = sqrt (inValue);[/code]
  3676. The value of the variable inValue does not change.
  3677. (let's begin the problem:)
  3678. The object data type can contain such a large and complex amount
  3679. of information that a variable with this type doesn’t hold the actual
  3680. value; it holds a reference to the value. This reference is like an
  3681. alias that points to the contents of the variable. When the variable
  3682. needs to know its value, the reference asks for the contents and
  3683. returns the answer without transferring the value to the variable.
  3684. (clear till now,, sorry for the long topic but it's all depending on each other)
  3685. The following is an example of passing by reference:
  3686. [code]var myArray = ["tom", "josie"];
  3687. var newArray = myArray;
  3688. myArray [1] == "jack";
  3689. trace (newArray);[/code]
  3690. The above code creates an Array object called myArray that has two
  3691. elements. The variable newArray is created and is passed a reference
  3692. to myArray . When the second element of myArray is changed, it
  3693. affects every variable with a reference to it. The trace() action sends
  3694. tom, jack to the Output panel.
  3695. In the following example, myArray contains an Array object, so it is
  3696. passed to function zeroArray() by reference. The zeroArray() function
  3697. changes the content of the array in myArray.
  3698. [code]function zeroArray (theArray) {
  3699. var i;
  3700. for (i = 0; i <theArray.length; i++) {
  3701. theArray [i] == 0;
  3702. }
  3703. }
  3704. var myArray = new Array();
  3705. myArray [0] = 1;
  3706. myArray [1] = 2;
  3707. myArray [2] = 3;
  3708. zeroArray (myArray);[/code]
  3709. The function zeroArray() accepts an Array object as a parameter and
  3710. sets all the elements of that array to 0. It can modify the array
  3711. because the array is passed by reference."
  3712. Second Problem
  3713. This statement is Obscure, Can u explain...???
  3714. [code]"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."[/code]
  3715. Third One
  3716. Hi guys
  3717. Some of the following escaping sequences that I cannot get:
  3718. [code]
    1. Escape sequence Character
    2. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
    3. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
    4. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
    5. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
    6. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
    7. \" Double quotation mark
    8. \' Single quotation mark
    9. \\ Backslash
    10. \000 -\377 A byte specified in octal
    11. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
    12. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
    13. hexadecimal
    [/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  3719. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3720. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  3721. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  3722. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3723. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  3724. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  3725. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3726. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  3727. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  3728. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3729. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  3730. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  3731. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3732. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  3733. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  3734. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3735. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  3736. hexadecimal


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  1. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  5. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)



About the tab and the backspace, they R KEYS, so how can I insert them as a charecter in my program???

and the other three.. I don't know what's exactly their function, their job??

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  1. \000 -\377 A byte specified in octal
  2. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4. hexadecimal



?????????????????

I'm so so so so so so sorry

thanx
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Well first of all I highly recommend getting a book that will explain so basic aspects of programming (variables, arrays, functions, etc). I typically recommend Foundation ActionScript for Flash 8. This version is out of date now but it will help you since your using Actionscript 2.

Since this is such a long post I'm only going to cover the arrays and variables but hopefully that will be enough to get you started.

Variables and Array's allow your code to store and remember information. Think of a variable like a box. This box can contain information or the process to get information. For example the box could contain a number (Number), some text (string) or a calculator (object). Every variable (box) needs a label. This allows flash to find the correct box on the shelf.
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var myVariable = 20
in this example var says tells flash this is a box. myVariable is the label on the box and 20 is whats in the box. It sometimes helps to remember that anything on the left of the equal sign is the box label (which doesn't change) and the stuff on the right is what's actually in the box (this could change).

Now lets say we want flash to generate the content of a box for us. In this case we make a new box with a label and then give flash a formula for what we want to know.
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var answer = 3 * 5
in this case if we asked flash to tell us the contents of answer we would get 15 since flash took our formula and added the information together. its important to remember that flash isn't changing the contents of the box its just storing the formula.
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var firstName = "Jane";
var lastName = "Doe";
var fullName = firstName + lastName;
  1. var firstName = "Jane";
  2. var lastName = "Doe";
  3. var fullName = firstName + lastName;
If you trace firstName you will get Jane. if you trace lastName you get Doe and if you trace fullName you get Jane Doe. Make sense?
 
Array's are simply a big box that contains other boxes(variables). The difference here is that in this case the box label is implied.
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var pets = ["dog","cat","fish","bird"];
In this case we have an array with 4 positions called pets. What that really means is pets1 = dog, pets2 = cat and so on.

I hope that helps a little bit. Again I can't recommend getting a book or other formal training enough. While we're more than willing to help, getting started with Actionscript is a topic much broader than we can really cover here.
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thank u very very much man

I'm already using a book but those parts R obscure:

1. how differs the way a variable with premetive data type behave than one that contains referance data type?

2. I read the following statement:
"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."
but I cannot get the meaning of it.

3. please explain the character escaping sequence

[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
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Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]Escape sequence Character
\b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
\f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
\n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
\r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
\t Tab character (ASCII 9)
\" Double quotation mark
\' Single quotation mark
\ Backslash
[code]
  1. Escape sequence Character
  2. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  5. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  6. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  7. \" Double quotation mark
  8. \' Single quotation mark
  9. \\ Backslash
  10. \000 -\377 A byte specified in octal
  11. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  12. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  13. hexadecimal
[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
\x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
\u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
hexadecimal
  1. Escape sequence Character
  2. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  5. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  6. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  7. \" Double quotation mark
  8. \' Single quotation mark
  9. \ Backslash
  10. [code]Escape sequence Character
  11. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  12. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  13. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  14. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  15. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  16. \" Double quotation mark
  17. \' Single quotation mark
  18. \ Backslash
  19. [code]Escape sequence Character
  20. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  21. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  22. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  23. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  24. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  25. \" Double quotation mark
  26. \' Single quotation mark
  27. \ Backslash
  28. [code]Escape sequence Character
  29. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  30. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  31. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  32. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  33. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  34. \" Double quotation mark
  35. \' Single quotation mark
  36. \ Backslash
  37. [code]Escape sequence Character
  38. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  39. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  40. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  41. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  42. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  43. \" Double quotation mark
  44. \' Single quotation mark
  45. \ Backslash
  46. [code]Escape sequence Character
  47. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  48. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  49. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  50. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  51. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  52. \" Double quotation mark
  53. \' Single quotation mark
  54. \ Backslash
  55. [code]Escape sequence Character
  56. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  57. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  58. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  59. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  60. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  61. \" Double quotation mark
  62. \' Single quotation mark
  63. \ Backslash
  64. [code]Escape sequence Character
  65. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  66. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  67. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  68. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  69. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  70. \" Double quotation mark
  71. \' Single quotation mark
  72. \ Backslash
  73. [code]Escape sequence Character
  74. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  75. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  76. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  77. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  78. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  79. \" Double quotation mark
  80. \' Single quotation mark
  81. \ Backslash
  82. [code]Escape sequence Character
  83. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  84. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  85. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  86. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  87. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  88. \" Double quotation mark
  89. \' Single quotation mark
  90. \ Backslash
  91. [code]Escape sequence Character
  92. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  93. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  94. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  95. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  96. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  97. \" Double quotation mark
  98. \' Single quotation mark
  99. \ Backslash
  100. [code]Escape sequence Character
  101. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  102. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  103. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  104. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  105. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  106. \" Double quotation mark
  107. \' Single quotation mark
  108. \ Backslash
  109. [code]Escape sequence Character
  110. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  111. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  112. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  113. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  114. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  115. \" Double quotation mark
  116. \' Single quotation mark
  117. \ Backslash
  118. [code]Escape sequence Character
  119. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  120. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  121. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  122. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  123. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  124. \" Double quotation mark
  125. \' Single quotation mark
  126. \ Backslash
  127. [code]Escape sequence Character
  128. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  129. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  130. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  131. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  132. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  133. \" Double quotation mark
  134. \' Single quotation mark
  135. \ Backslash
  136. [code]Escape sequence Character
  137. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  138. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  139. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  140. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  141. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  142. \" Double quotation mark
  143. \' Single quotation mark
  144. \ Backslash
  145. [code]Escape sequence Character
  146. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  147. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  148. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  149. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  150. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  151. \" Double quotation mark
  152. \' Single quotation mark
  153. \ Backslash
  154. [code]Escape sequence Character
  155. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  156. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  157. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  158. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  159. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  160. \" Double quotation mark
  161. \' Single quotation mark
  162. \ Backslash
  163. [code]Escape sequence Character
  164. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  165. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  166. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  167. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  168. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  169. \" Double quotation mark
  170. \' Single quotation mark
  171. \ Backslash
  172. [code]Escape sequence Character
  173. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  174. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  175. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  176. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  177. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  178. \" Double quotation mark
  179. \' Single quotation mark
  180. \ Backslash
  181. [code]Escape sequence Character
  182. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  183. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  184. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  185. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  186. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  187. \" Double quotation mark
  188. \' Single quotation mark
  189. \ Backslash
  190. [code]Escape sequence Character
  191. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  192. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  193. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  194. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  195. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  196. \" Double quotation mark
  197. \' Single quotation mark
  198. \ Backslash
  199. [code]Escape sequence Character
  200. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  201. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  202. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  203. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  204. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  205. \" Double quotation mark
  206. \' Single quotation mark
  207. \ Backslash
  208. [code]Escape sequence Character
  209. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  210. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  211. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  212. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  213. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  214. \" Double quotation mark
  215. \' Single quotation mark
  216. \ Backslash
  217. [code]Escape sequence Character
  218. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  219. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  220. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  221. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  222. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  223. \" Double quotation mark
  224. \' Single quotation mark
  225. \ Backslash
  226. [code]Escape sequence Character
  227. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  228. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  229. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  230. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  231. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  232. \" Double quotation mark
  233. \' Single quotation mark
  234. \ Backslash
  235. [code]Escape sequence Character
  236. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  237. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  238. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  239. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  240. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  241. \" Double quotation mark
  242. \' Single quotation mark
  243. \ Backslash
  244. [code]Escape sequence Character
  245. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  246. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  247. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  248. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  249. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  250. \" Double quotation mark
  251. \' Single quotation mark
  252. \ Backslash
  253. [code]Escape sequence Character
  254. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  255. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  256. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  257. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  258. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  259. \" Double quotation mark
  260. \' Single quotation mark
  261. \ Backslash
  262. [code]Escape sequence Character
  263. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  264. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  265. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  266. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  267. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  268. \" Double quotation mark
  269. \' Single quotation mark
  270. \ Backslash
  271. [code]Escape sequence Character
  272. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  273. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  274. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  275. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  276. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  277. \" Double quotation mark
  278. \' Single quotation mark
  279. \ Backslash
  280. [code]Escape sequence Character
  281. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  282. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  283. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  284. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  285. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  286. \" Double quotation mark
  287. \' Single quotation mark
  288. \ Backslash
  289. [code]Escape sequence Character
  290. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  291. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  292. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  293. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  294. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  295. \" Double quotation mark
  296. \' Single quotation mark
  297. \ Backslash
  298. [code]Escape sequence Character
  299. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  300. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  301. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  302. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  303. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  304. \" Double quotation mark
  305. \' Single quotation mark
  306. \ Backslash
  307. [code]Escape sequence Character
  308. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  309. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  310. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  311. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  312. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  313. \" Double quotation mark
  314. \' Single quotation mark
  315. \ Backslash
  316. [code]Escape sequence Character
  317. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  318. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  319. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  320. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  321. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  322. \" Double quotation mark
  323. \' Single quotation mark
  324. \ Backslash
  325. [code]Escape sequence Character
  326. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  327. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  328. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  329. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  330. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  331. \" Double quotation mark
  332. \' Single quotation mark
  333. \ Backslash
  334. [code]Escape sequence Character
  335. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  336. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  337. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  338. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  339. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  340. \" Double quotation mark
  341. \' Single quotation mark
  342. \ Backslash
  343. [code]Escape sequence Character
  344. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  345. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  346. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  347. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  348. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  349. \" Double quotation mark
  350. \' Single quotation mark
  351. \ Backslash
  352. [code]Escape sequence Character
  353. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  354. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  355. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  356. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  357. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  358. \" Double quotation mark
  359. \' Single quotation mark
  360. \ Backslash
  361. [code]Escape sequence Character
  362. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  363. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  364. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  365. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  366. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  367. \" Double quotation mark
  368. \' Single quotation mark
  369. \ Backslash
  370. [code]Escape sequence Character
  371. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  372. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  373. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  374. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  375. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  376. \" Double quotation mark
  377. \' Single quotation mark
  378. \ Backslash
  379. [code]Escape sequence Character
  380. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  381. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  382. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  383. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  384. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  385. \" Double quotation mark
  386. \' Single quotation mark
  387. \ Backslash
  388. [code]Escape sequence Character
  389. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  390. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  391. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  392. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  393. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  394. \" Double quotation mark
  395. \' Single quotation mark
  396. \ Backslash
  397. [code]Escape sequence Character
  398. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  399. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  400. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  401. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  402. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  403. \" Double quotation mark
  404. \' Single quotation mark
  405. \ Backslash
  406. [code]Escape sequence Character
  407. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  408. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  409. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  410. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  411. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  412. \" Double quotation mark
  413. \' Single quotation mark
  414. \ Backslash
  415. [code]Escape sequence Character
  416. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  417. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  418. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  419. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  420. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  421. \" Double quotation mark
  422. \' Single quotation mark
  423. \ Backslash
  424. [code]Escape sequence Character
  425. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  426. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  427. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  428. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  429. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  430. \" Double quotation mark
  431. \' Single quotation mark
  432. \ Backslash
  433. [code]Escape sequence Character
  434. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  435. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  436. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  437. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  438. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  439. \" Double quotation mark
  440. \' Single quotation mark
  441. \ Backslash
  442. [code]Escape sequence Character
  443. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  444. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  445. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  446. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  447. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  448. \" Double quotation mark
  449. \' Single quotation mark
  450. \ Backslash
  451. [code]Escape sequence Character
  452. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  453. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  454. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  455. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  456. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  457. \" Double quotation mark
  458. \' Single quotation mark
  459. \ Backslash
  460. [code]Escape sequence Character
  461. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  462. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  463. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  464. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  465. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  466. \" Double quotation mark
  467. \' Single quotation mark
  468. \ Backslash
  469. [code]Escape sequence Character
  470. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  471. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  472. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  473. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  474. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  475. \" Double quotation mark
  476. \' Single quotation mark
  477. \ Backslash
  478. [code]Escape sequence Character
  479. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  480. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  481. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  482. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  483. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  484. \" Double quotation mark
  485. \' Single quotation mark
  486. \ Backslash
  487. [code]Escape sequence Character
  488. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  489. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  490. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  491. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  492. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  493. \" Double quotation mark
  494. \' Single quotation mark
  495. \ Backslash
  496. [code]Escape sequence Character
  497. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  498. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  499. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  500. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  501. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  502. \" Double quotation mark
  503. \' Single quotation mark
  504. \ Backslash
  505. [code]Escape sequence Character
  506. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  507. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  508. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  509. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  510. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  511. \" Double quotation mark
  512. \' Single quotation mark
  513. \ Backslash
  514. [code]Escape sequence Character
  515. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  516. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  517. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  518. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  519. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  520. \" Double quotation mark
  521. \' Single quotation mark
  522. \ Backslash
  523. [code]Escape sequence Character
  524. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  525. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  526. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  527. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  528. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  529. \" Double quotation mark
  530. \' Single quotation mark
  531. \ Backslash
  532. [code]Escape sequence Character
  533. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  534. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  535. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  536. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  537. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  538. \" Double quotation mark
  539. \' Single quotation mark
  540. \ Backslash
  541. [code]Escape sequence Character
  542. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  543. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  544. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  545. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  546. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  547. \" Double quotation mark
  548. \' Single quotation mark
  549. \ Backslash
  550. [code]Escape sequence Character
  551. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  552. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  553. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  554. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  555. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  556. \" Double quotation mark
  557. \' Single quotation mark
  558. \ Backslash
  559. [code]Escape sequence Character
  560. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  561. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  562. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  563. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  564. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  565. \" Double quotation mark
  566. \' Single quotation mark
  567. \ Backslash
  568. [code]Escape sequence Character
  569. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  570. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  571. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  572. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  573. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  574. \" Double quotation mark
  575. \' Single quotation mark
  576. \ Backslash
  577. [code]Escape sequence Character
  578. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  579. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  580. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  581. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  582. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  583. \" Double quotation mark
  584. \' Single quotation mark
  585. \ Backslash
  586. [code]Escape sequence Character
  587. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  588. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  589. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  590. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  591. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  592. \" Double quotation mark
  593. \' Single quotation mark
  594. \ Backslash
  595. [code]Escape sequence Character
  596. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  597. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  598. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  599. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  600. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  601. \" Double quotation mark
  602. \' Single quotation mark
  603. \ Backslash
  604. [code]Escape sequence Character
  605. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  606. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  607. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  608. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  609. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  610. \" Double quotation mark
  611. \' Single quotation mark
  612. \ Backslash
  613. [code]Escape sequence Character
  614. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  615. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  616. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  617. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  618. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  619. \" Double quotation mark
  620. \' Single quotation mark
  621. \ Backslash
  622. [code]Escape sequence Character
  623. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  624. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  625. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  626. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  627. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  628. \" Double quotation mark
  629. \' Single quotation mark
  630. \ Backslash
  631. [code]Escape sequence Character
  632. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  633. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  634. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  635. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  636. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  637. \" Double quotation mark
  638. \' Single quotation mark
  639. \ Backslash
  640. [code]Escape sequence Character
  641. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  642. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  643. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  644. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  645. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  646. \" Double quotation mark
  647. \' Single quotation mark
  648. \ Backslash
  649. [code]Escape sequence Character
  650. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  651. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  652. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  653. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  654. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  655. \" Double quotation mark
  656. \' Single quotation mark
  657. \ Backslash
  658. [code]Escape sequence Character
  659. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  660. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  661. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  662. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  663. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  664. \" Double quotation mark
  665. \' Single quotation mark
  666. \ Backslash
  667. [code]Escape sequence Character
  668. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  669. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  670. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  671. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  672. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  673. \" Double quotation mark
  674. \' Single quotation mark
  675. \ Backslash
  676. [code]Escape sequence Character
  677. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  678. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  679. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  680. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  681. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  682. \" Double quotation mark
  683. \' Single quotation mark
  684. \ Backslash
  685. [code]Escape sequence Character
  686. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  687. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  688. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  689. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  690. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  691. \" Double quotation mark
  692. \' Single quotation mark
  693. \ Backslash
  694. [code]Escape sequence Character
  695. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  696. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  697. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  698. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  699. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  700. \" Double quotation mark
  701. \' Single quotation mark
  702. \ Backslash
  703. [code]Escape sequence Character
  704. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  705. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  706. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  707. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  708. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  709. \" Double quotation mark
  710. \' Single quotation mark
  711. \ Backslash
  712. [code]Escape sequence Character
  713. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  714. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  715. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  716. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  717. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  718. \" Double quotation mark
  719. \' Single quotation mark
  720. \ Backslash
  721. [code]Escape sequence Character
  722. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  723. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  724. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  725. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  726. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  727. \" Double quotation mark
  728. \' Single quotation mark
  729. \ Backslash
  730. [code]Escape sequence Character
  731. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  732. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  733. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  734. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  735. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  736. \" Double quotation mark
  737. \' Single quotation mark
  738. \ Backslash
  739. [code]Escape sequence Character
  740. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  741. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  742. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  743. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  744. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  745. \" Double quotation mark
  746. \' Single quotation mark
  747. \ Backslash
  748. [code]Escape sequence Character
  749. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  750. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  751. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  752. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  753. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  754. \" Double quotation mark
  755. \' Single quotation mark
  756. \ Backslash
  757. [code]Escape sequence Character
  758. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  759. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  760. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  761. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  762. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  763. \" Double quotation mark
  764. \' Single quotation mark
  765. \ Backslash
  766. [code]Escape sequence Character
  767. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  768. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  769. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  770. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  771. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  772. \" Double quotation mark
  773. \' Single quotation mark
  774. \ Backslash
  775. [code]Escape sequence Character
  776. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  777. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  778. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  779. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  780. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  781. \" Double quotation mark
  782. \' Single quotation mark
  783. \ Backslash
  784. [code]Escape sequence Character
  785. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  786. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  787. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  788. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  789. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  790. \" Double quotation mark
  791. \' Single quotation mark
  792. \ Backslash
  793. [code]Escape sequence Character
  794. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  795. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  796. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  797. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  798. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  799. \" Double quotation mark
  800. \' Single quotation mark
  801. \ Backslash
  802. [code]Escape sequence Character
  803. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  804. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  805. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  806. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  807. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  808. \" Double quotation mark
  809. \' Single quotation mark
  810. \ Backslash
  811. [code]Escape sequence Character
  812. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  813. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  814. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  815. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  816. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  817. \" Double quotation mark
  818. \' Single quotation mark
  819. \ Backslash
  820. [code]Escape sequence Character
  821. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  822. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  823. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  824. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  825. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  826. \" Double quotation mark
  827. \' Single quotation mark
  828. \ Backslash
  829. [code]Escape sequence Character
  830. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  831. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  832. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  833. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  834. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  835. \" Double quotation mark
  836. \' Single quotation mark
  837. \ Backslash
  838. [code]Escape sequence Character
  839. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  840. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  841. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  842. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  843. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  844. \" Double quotation mark
  845. \' Single quotation mark
  846. \ Backslash
  847. [code]Escape sequence Character
  848. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  849. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  850. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  851. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  852. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  853. \" Double quotation mark
  854. \' Single quotation mark
  855. \ Backslash
  856. [code]Escape sequence Character
  857. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  858. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  859. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  860. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  861. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  862. \" Double quotation mark
  863. \' Single quotation mark
  864. \ Backslash
  865. [code]Escape sequence Character
  866. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  867. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  868. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  869. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  870. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  871. \" Double quotation mark
  872. \' Single quotation mark
  873. \ Backslash
  874. [code]Escape sequence Character
  875. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  876. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  877. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  878. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  879. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  880. \" Double quotation mark
  881. \' Single quotation mark
  882. \ Backslash
  883. [code]Escape sequence Character
  884. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  885. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  886. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  887. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  888. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  889. \" Double quotation mark
  890. \' Single quotation mark
  891. \ Backslash
  892. [code]Escape sequence Character
  893. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  894. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  895. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  896. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  897. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  898. \" Double quotation mark
  899. \' Single quotation mark
  900. \ Backslash
  901. [code]Escape sequence Character
  902. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  903. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  904. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  905. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  906. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  907. \" Double quotation mark
  908. \' Single quotation mark
  909. \ Backslash
  910. [code]Escape sequence Character
  911. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  912. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  913. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  914. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  915. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  916. \" Double quotation mark
  917. \' Single quotation mark
  918. \ Backslash
  919. [code]Escape sequence Character
  920. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  921. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  922. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  923. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  924. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  925. \" Double quotation mark
  926. \' Single quotation mark
  927. \ Backslash
  928. [code]Escape sequence Character
  929. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  930. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  931. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  932. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  933. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  934. \" Double quotation mark
  935. \' Single quotation mark
  936. \ Backslash
  937. [code]Escape sequence Character
  938. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  939. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  940. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  941. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  942. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  943. \" Double quotation mark
  944. \' Single quotation mark
  945. \ Backslash
  946. [code]Escape sequence Character
  947. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  948. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  949. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  950. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  951. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  952. \" Double quotation mark
  953. \' Single quotation mark
  954. \ Backslash
  955. [code]Escape sequence Character
  956. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  957. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  958. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  959. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  960. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  961. \" Double quotation mark
  962. \' Single quotation mark
  963. \ Backslash
  964. [code]Escape sequence Character
  965. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  966. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  967. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  968. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  969. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  970. \" Double quotation mark
  971. \' Single quotation mark
  972. \ Backslash
  973. [code]Escape sequence Character
  974. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  975. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  976. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  977. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  978. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  979. \" Double quotation mark
  980. \' Single quotation mark
  981. \ Backslash
  982. [code]Escape sequence Character
  983. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  984. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  985. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  986. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  987. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  988. \" Double quotation mark
  989. \' Single quotation mark
  990. \ Backslash
  991. [code]Escape sequence Character
  992. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  993. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  994. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  995. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  996. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  997. \" Double quotation mark
  998. \' Single quotation mark
  999. \ Backslash
  1000. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1001. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1002. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1003. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1004. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1005. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1006. \" Double quotation mark
  1007. \' Single quotation mark
  1008. \ Backslash
  1009. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1010. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1011. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1012. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1013. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1014. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1015. \" Double quotation mark
  1016. \' Single quotation mark
  1017. \ Backslash
  1018. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1019. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1020. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1021. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1022. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1023. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1024. \" Double quotation mark
  1025. \' Single quotation mark
  1026. \ Backslash
  1027. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1028. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1029. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1030. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1031. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1032. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1033. \" Double quotation mark
  1034. \' Single quotation mark
  1035. \ Backslash
  1036. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1037. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1038. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1039. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1040. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1041. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1042. \" Double quotation mark
  1043. \' Single quotation mark
  1044. \ Backslash
  1045. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1046. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1047. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1048. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1049. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1050. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1051. \" Double quotation mark
  1052. \' Single quotation mark
  1053. \ Backslash
  1054. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1055. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1056. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1057. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1058. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1059. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1060. \" Double quotation mark
  1061. \' Single quotation mark
  1062. \ Backslash
  1063. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1064. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1065. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1066. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1067. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1068. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1069. \" Double quotation mark
  1070. \' Single quotation mark
  1071. \ Backslash
  1072. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1073. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1074. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1075. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1076. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1077. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1078. \" Double quotation mark
  1079. \' Single quotation mark
  1080. \ Backslash
  1081. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1082. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1083. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1084. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1085. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1086. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1087. \" Double quotation mark
  1088. \' Single quotation mark
  1089. \ Backslash
  1090. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1091. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1092. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1093. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1094. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1095. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1096. \" Double quotation mark
  1097. \' Single quotation mark
  1098. \ Backslash
  1099. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1100. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1101. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1102. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1103. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1104. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1105. \" Double quotation mark
  1106. \' Single quotation mark
  1107. \ Backslash
  1108. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1109. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1110. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1111. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1112. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1113. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1114. \" Double quotation mark
  1115. \' Single quotation mark
  1116. \ Backslash
  1117. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1118. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1119. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1120. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1121. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1122. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1123. \" Double quotation mark
  1124. \' Single quotation mark
  1125. \ Backslash
  1126. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1127. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1128. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1129. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1130. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1131. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1132. \" Double quotation mark
  1133. \' Single quotation mark
  1134. \ Backslash
  1135. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1136. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1137. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1138. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1139. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1140. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1141. \" Double quotation mark
  1142. \' Single quotation mark
  1143. \ Backslash
  1144. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1145. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1146. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1147. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1148. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1149. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1150. \" Double quotation mark
  1151. \' Single quotation mark
  1152. \ Backslash
  1153. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1154. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1155. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1156. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1157. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1158. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1159. \" Double quotation mark
  1160. \' Single quotation mark
  1161. \ Backslash
  1162. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1163. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1164. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1165. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1166. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1167. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1168. \" Double quotation mark
  1169. \' Single quotation mark
  1170. \ Backslash
  1171. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1172. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1173. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1174. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1175. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1176. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1177. \" Double quotation mark
  1178. \' Single quotation mark
  1179. \ Backslash
  1180. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1181. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1182. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1183. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1184. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1185. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1186. \" Double quotation mark
  1187. \' Single quotation mark
  1188. \ Backslash
  1189. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1190. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1191. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1192. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1193. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1194. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1195. \" Double quotation mark
  1196. \' Single quotation mark
  1197. \ Backslash
  1198. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1199. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1200. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1201. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1202. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1203. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1204. \" Double quotation mark
  1205. \' Single quotation mark
  1206. \ Backslash
  1207. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1208. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1209. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1210. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1211. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1212. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1213. \" Double quotation mark
  1214. \' Single quotation mark
  1215. \ Backslash
  1216. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1217. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1218. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1219. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1220. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1221. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1222. \" Double quotation mark
  1223. \' Single quotation mark
  1224. \ Backslash
  1225. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1226. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1227. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1228. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1229. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1230. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1231. \" Double quotation mark
  1232. \' Single quotation mark
  1233. \ Backslash
  1234. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1235. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1236. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1237. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1238. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1239. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1240. \" Double quotation mark
  1241. \' Single quotation mark
  1242. \ Backslash
  1243. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1244. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1245. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1246. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1247. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1248. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1249. \" Double quotation mark
  1250. \' Single quotation mark
  1251. \ Backslash
  1252. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1253. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1254. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1255. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1256. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1257. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1258. \" Double quotation mark
  1259. \' Single quotation mark
  1260. \ Backslash
  1261. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1262. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1263. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1264. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1265. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1266. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1267. \" Double quotation mark
  1268. \' Single quotation mark
  1269. \ Backslash
  1270. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1271. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1272. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1273. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1274. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1275. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1276. \" Double quotation mark
  1277. \' Single quotation mark
  1278. \ Backslash
  1279. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1280. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1281. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1282. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1283. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1284. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1285. \" Double quotation mark
  1286. \' Single quotation mark
  1287. \ Backslash
  1288. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1289. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1290. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1291. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1292. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1293. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1294. \" Double quotation mark
  1295. \' Single quotation mark
  1296. \ Backslash
  1297. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1298. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1299. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1300. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1301. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1302. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1303. \" Double quotation mark
  1304. \' Single quotation mark
  1305. \ Backslash
  1306. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1307. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1308. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1309. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1310. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1311. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1312. \" Double quotation mark
  1313. \' Single quotation mark
  1314. \ Backslash
  1315. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1316. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1317. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1318. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1319. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1320. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1321. \" Double quotation mark
  1322. \' Single quotation mark
  1323. \ Backslash
  1324. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1325. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1326. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1327. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1328. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1329. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1330. \" Double quotation mark
  1331. \' Single quotation mark
  1332. \ Backslash
  1333. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1334. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1335. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1336. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1337. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1338. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1339. \" Double quotation mark
  1340. \' Single quotation mark
  1341. \ Backslash
  1342. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1343. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1344. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1345. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1346. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1347. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1348. \" Double quotation mark
  1349. \' Single quotation mark
  1350. \ Backslash
  1351. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1352. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1353. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1354. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1355. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1356. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1357. \" Double quotation mark
  1358. \' Single quotation mark
  1359. \ Backslash
  1360. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1361. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1362. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1363. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1364. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1365. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1366. \" Double quotation mark
  1367. \' Single quotation mark
  1368. \ Backslash
  1369. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1370. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1371. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1372. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1373. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1374. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1375. \" Double quotation mark
  1376. \' Single quotation mark
  1377. \ Backslash
  1378. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1379. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1380. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1381. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1382. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1383. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1384. \" Double quotation mark
  1385. \' Single quotation mark
  1386. \ Backslash
  1387. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1388. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1389. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1390. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1391. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1392. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1393. \" Double quotation mark
  1394. \' Single quotation mark
  1395. \ Backslash
  1396. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1397. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1398. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1399. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1400. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1401. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1402. \" Double quotation mark
  1403. \' Single quotation mark
  1404. \ Backslash
  1405. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1406. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1407. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1408. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1409. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1410. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1411. \" Double quotation mark
  1412. \' Single quotation mark
  1413. \ Backslash
  1414. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1415. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1416. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1417. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1418. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1419. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1420. \" Double quotation mark
  1421. \' Single quotation mark
  1422. \ Backslash
  1423. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1424. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1425. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1426. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1427. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1428. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1429. \" Double quotation mark
  1430. \' Single quotation mark
  1431. \ Backslash
  1432. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1433. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1434. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1435. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1436. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1437. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1438. \" Double quotation mark
  1439. \' Single quotation mark
  1440. \ Backslash
  1441. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1442. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1443. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1444. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1445. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1446. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1447. \" Double quotation mark
  1448. \' Single quotation mark
  1449. \ Backslash
  1450. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1451. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1452. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1453. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1454. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1455. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1456. \" Double quotation mark
  1457. \' Single quotation mark
  1458. \ Backslash
  1459. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1460. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1461. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1462. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1463. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1464. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1465. \" Double quotation mark
  1466. \' Single quotation mark
  1467. \ Backslash
  1468. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1469. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1470. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1471. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1472. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1473. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1474. \" Double quotation mark
  1475. \' Single quotation mark
  1476. \ Backslash
  1477. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1478. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1479. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1480. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1481. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1482. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1483. \" Double quotation mark
  1484. \' Single quotation mark
  1485. \ Backslash
  1486. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1487. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1488. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1489. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1490. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1491. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1492. \" Double quotation mark
  1493. \' Single quotation mark
  1494. \ Backslash
  1495. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1496. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1497. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1498. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1499. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1500. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1501. \" Double quotation mark
  1502. \' Single quotation mark
  1503. \ Backslash
  1504. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1505. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1506. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1507. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1508. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1509. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1510. \" Double quotation mark
  1511. \' Single quotation mark
  1512. \ Backslash
  1513. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1514. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1515. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1516. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1517. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1518. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1519. \" Double quotation mark
  1520. \' Single quotation mark
  1521. \ Backslash
  1522. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1523. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1524. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1525. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1526. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1527. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1528. \" Double quotation mark
  1529. \' Single quotation mark
  1530. \ Backslash
  1531. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1532. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1533. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1534. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1535. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1536. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1537. \" Double quotation mark
  1538. \' Single quotation mark
  1539. \ Backslash
  1540. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1541. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1542. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1543. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1544. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1545. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1546. \" Double quotation mark
  1547. \' Single quotation mark
  1548. \ Backslash
  1549. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1550. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1551. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1552. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1553. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1554. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1555. \" Double quotation mark
  1556. \' Single quotation mark
  1557. \ Backslash
  1558. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1559. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1560. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1561. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1562. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1563. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1564. \" Double quotation mark
  1565. \' Single quotation mark
  1566. \ Backslash
  1567. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1568. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1569. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1570. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1571. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1572. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1573. \" Double quotation mark
  1574. \' Single quotation mark
  1575. \ Backslash
  1576. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1577. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1578. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1579. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1580. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1581. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1582. \" Double quotation mark
  1583. \' Single quotation mark
  1584. \ Backslash
  1585. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1586. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1587. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1588. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1589. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1590. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1591. \" Double quotation mark
  1592. \' Single quotation mark
  1593. \ Backslash
  1594. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1595. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1596. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1597. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1598. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1599. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1600. \" Double quotation mark
  1601. \' Single quotation mark
  1602. \ Backslash
  1603. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1604. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1605. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1606. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1607. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1608. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1609. \" Double quotation mark
  1610. \' Single quotation mark
  1611. \ Backslash
  1612. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1613. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1614. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1615. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1616. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1617. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1618. \" Double quotation mark
  1619. \' Single quotation mark
  1620. \ Backslash
  1621. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1622. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1623. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1624. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1625. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1626. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1627. \" Double quotation mark
  1628. \' Single quotation mark
  1629. \ Backslash
  1630. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1631. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1632. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1633. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1634. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1635. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1636. \" Double quotation mark
  1637. \' Single quotation mark
  1638. \ Backslash
  1639. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1640. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1641. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1642. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1643. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1644. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1645. \" Double quotation mark
  1646. \' Single quotation mark
  1647. \ Backslash
  1648. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1649. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1650. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1651. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1652. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1653. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1654. \" Double quotation mark
  1655. \' Single quotation mark
  1656. \ Backslash
  1657. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1658. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1659. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1660. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1661. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1662. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1663. \" Double quotation mark
  1664. \' Single quotation mark
  1665. \ Backslash
  1666. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1667. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1668. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1669. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1670. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1671. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1672. \" Double quotation mark
  1673. \' Single quotation mark
  1674. \ Backslash
  1675. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1676. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1677. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1678. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1679. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1680. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1681. \" Double quotation mark
  1682. \' Single quotation mark
  1683. \ Backslash
  1684. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1685. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1686. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1687. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1688. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1689. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1690. \" Double quotation mark
  1691. \' Single quotation mark
  1692. \ Backslash
  1693. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1694. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1695. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1696. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1697. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1698. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1699. \" Double quotation mark
  1700. \' Single quotation mark
  1701. \ Backslash
  1702. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1703. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1704. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1705. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1706. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1707. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1708. \" Double quotation mark
  1709. \' Single quotation mark
  1710. \ Backslash
  1711. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1712. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1713. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1714. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1715. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1716. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1717. \" Double quotation mark
  1718. \' Single quotation mark
  1719. \ Backslash
  1720. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1721. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1722. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1723. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1724. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1725. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1726. \" Double quotation mark
  1727. \' Single quotation mark
  1728. \ Backslash
  1729. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1730. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1731. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1732. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1733. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1734. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1735. \" Double quotation mark
  1736. \' Single quotation mark
  1737. \ Backslash
  1738. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1739. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1740. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1741. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1742. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1743. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1744. \" Double quotation mark
  1745. \' Single quotation mark
  1746. \ Backslash
  1747. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1748. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1749. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1750. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1751. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1752. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1753. \" Double quotation mark
  1754. \' Single quotation mark
  1755. \ Backslash
  1756. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1757. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1758. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1759. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1760. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1761. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1762. \" Double quotation mark
  1763. \' Single quotation mark
  1764. \ Backslash
  1765. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1766. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1767. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1768. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1769. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1770. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1771. \" Double quotation mark
  1772. \' Single quotation mark
  1773. \ Backslash
  1774. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1775. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1776. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1777. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1778. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1779. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1780. \" Double quotation mark
  1781. \' Single quotation mark
  1782. \ Backslash
  1783. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1784. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1785. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1786. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1787. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1788. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1789. \" Double quotation mark
  1790. \' Single quotation mark
  1791. \ Backslash
  1792. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1793. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1794. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1795. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1796. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1797. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1798. \" Double quotation mark
  1799. \' Single quotation mark
  1800. \ Backslash
  1801. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1802. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1803. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1804. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1805. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1806. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1807. \" Double quotation mark
  1808. \' Single quotation mark
  1809. \ Backslash
  1810. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1811. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1812. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1813. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1814. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1815. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1816. \" Double quotation mark
  1817. \' Single quotation mark
  1818. \ Backslash
  1819. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1820. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1821. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1822. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1823. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1824. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1825. \" Double quotation mark
  1826. \' Single quotation mark
  1827. \ Backslash
  1828. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1829. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1830. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1831. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1832. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1833. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1834. \" Double quotation mark
  1835. \' Single quotation mark
  1836. \ Backslash
  1837. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1838. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1839. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1840. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1841. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1842. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1843. \" Double quotation mark
  1844. \' Single quotation mark
  1845. \ Backslash
  1846. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1847. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1848. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1849. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1850. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1851. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1852. \" Double quotation mark
  1853. \' Single quotation mark
  1854. \ Backslash
  1855. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1856. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1857. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1858. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1859. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1860. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1861. \" Double quotation mark
  1862. \' Single quotation mark
  1863. \ Backslash
  1864. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1865. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1866. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1867. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1868. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1869. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1870. \" Double quotation mark
  1871. \' Single quotation mark
  1872. \ Backslash
  1873. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1874. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1875. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1876. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1877. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1878. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1879. \" Double quotation mark
  1880. \' Single quotation mark
  1881. \ Backslash
  1882. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1883. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1884. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1885. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1886. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1887. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1888. \" Double quotation mark
  1889. \' Single quotation mark
  1890. \ Backslash
  1891. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1892. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1893. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1894. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1895. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1896. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1897. \" Double quotation mark
  1898. \' Single quotation mark
  1899. \ Backslash
  1900. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1901. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1902. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1903. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1904. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1905. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1906. \" Double quotation mark
  1907. \' Single quotation mark
  1908. \ Backslash
  1909. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1910. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1911. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1912. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1913. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1914. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1915. \" Double quotation mark
  1916. \' Single quotation mark
  1917. \ Backslash
  1918. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1919. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1920. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1921. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1922. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1923. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1924. \" Double quotation mark
  1925. \' Single quotation mark
  1926. \ Backslash
  1927. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1928. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1929. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1930. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1931. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1932. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1933. \" Double quotation mark
  1934. \' Single quotation mark
  1935. \ Backslash
  1936. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1937. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1938. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1939. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1940. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1941. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1942. \" Double quotation mark
  1943. \' Single quotation mark
  1944. \ Backslash
  1945. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1946. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1947. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1948. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1949. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1950. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1951. \" Double quotation mark
  1952. \' Single quotation mark
  1953. \ Backslash
  1954. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1955. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1956. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1957. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1958. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1959. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1960. \" Double quotation mark
  1961. \' Single quotation mark
  1962. \ Backslash
  1963. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1964. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1965. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1966. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1967. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1968. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1969. \" Double quotation mark
  1970. \' Single quotation mark
  1971. \ Backslash
  1972. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1973. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1974. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1975. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1976. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1977. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1978. \" Double quotation mark
  1979. \' Single quotation mark
  1980. \ Backslash
  1981. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1982. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1983. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1984. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1985. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1986. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1987. \" Double quotation mark
  1988. \' Single quotation mark
  1989. \ Backslash
  1990. [code]Escape sequence Character
  1991. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  1992. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  1993. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  1994. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  1995. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  1996. \" Double quotation mark
  1997. \' Single quotation mark
  1998. \ Backslash
  1999. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2000. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2001. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2002. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2003. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2004. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2005. \" Double quotation mark
  2006. \' Single quotation mark
  2007. \ Backslash
  2008. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2009. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2010. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2011. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2012. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2013. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2014. \" Double quotation mark
  2015. \' Single quotation mark
  2016. \ Backslash
  2017. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2018. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2019. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2020. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2021. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2022. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2023. \" Double quotation mark
  2024. \' Single quotation mark
  2025. \ Backslash
  2026. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2027. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2028. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2029. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2030. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2031. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2032. \" Double quotation mark
  2033. \' Single quotation mark
  2034. \ Backslash
  2035. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2036. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2037. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2038. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2039. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2040. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2041. \" Double quotation mark
  2042. \' Single quotation mark
  2043. \ Backslash
  2044. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2045. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2046. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2047. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2048. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2049. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2050. \" Double quotation mark
  2051. \' Single quotation mark
  2052. \ Backslash
  2053. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2054. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2055. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2056. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2057. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2058. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2059. \" Double quotation mark
  2060. \' Single quotation mark
  2061. \ Backslash
  2062. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2063. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2064. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2065. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2066. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2067. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2068. \" Double quotation mark
  2069. \' Single quotation mark
  2070. \ Backslash
  2071. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2072. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2073. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2074. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2075. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2076. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2077. \" Double quotation mark
  2078. \' Single quotation mark
  2079. \ Backslash
  2080. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2081. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2082. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2083. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2084. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2085. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2086. \" Double quotation mark
  2087. \' Single quotation mark
  2088. \ Backslash
  2089. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2090. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2091. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2092. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2093. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2094. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2095. \" Double quotation mark
  2096. \' Single quotation mark
  2097. \ Backslash
  2098. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2099. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2100. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2101. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2102. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2103. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2104. \" Double quotation mark
  2105. \' Single quotation mark
  2106. \ Backslash
  2107. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2108. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2109. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2110. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2111. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2112. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2113. \" Double quotation mark
  2114. \' Single quotation mark
  2115. \ Backslash
  2116. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2117. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2118. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2119. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2120. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2121. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2122. \" Double quotation mark
  2123. \' Single quotation mark
  2124. \ Backslash
  2125. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2126. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2127. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2128. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2129. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2130. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2131. \" Double quotation mark
  2132. \' Single quotation mark
  2133. \ Backslash
  2134. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2135. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2136. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2137. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2138. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2139. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2140. \" Double quotation mark
  2141. \' Single quotation mark
  2142. \ Backslash
  2143. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2144. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2145. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2146. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2147. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2148. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2149. \" Double quotation mark
  2150. \' Single quotation mark
  2151. \ Backslash
  2152. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2153. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2154. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2155. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2156. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2157. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2158. \" Double quotation mark
  2159. \' Single quotation mark
  2160. \ Backslash
  2161. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2162. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2163. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2164. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2165. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2166. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2167. \" Double quotation mark
  2168. \' Single quotation mark
  2169. \ Backslash
  2170. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2171. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2172. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2173. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2174. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2175. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2176. \" Double quotation mark
  2177. \' Single quotation mark
  2178. \ Backslash
  2179. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2180. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2181. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2182. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2183. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2184. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2185. \" Double quotation mark
  2186. \' Single quotation mark
  2187. \ Backslash
  2188. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2189. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2190. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2191. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2192. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2193. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2194. \" Double quotation mark
  2195. \' Single quotation mark
  2196. \ Backslash
  2197. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2198. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2199. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2200. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2201. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2202. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2203. \" Double quotation mark
  2204. \' Single quotation mark
  2205. \ Backslash
  2206. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2207. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2208. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2209. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2210. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2211. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2212. \" Double quotation mark
  2213. \' Single quotation mark
  2214. \ Backslash
  2215. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2216. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2217. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2218. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2219. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2220. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2221. \" Double quotation mark
  2222. \' Single quotation mark
  2223. \ Backslash
  2224. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2225. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2226. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2227. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2228. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2229. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2230. \" Double quotation mark
  2231. \' Single quotation mark
  2232. \ Backslash
  2233. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2234. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2235. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2236. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2237. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2238. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2239. \" Double quotation mark
  2240. \' Single quotation mark
  2241. \ Backslash
  2242. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2243. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2244. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2245. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2246. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2247. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2248. \" Double quotation mark
  2249. \' Single quotation mark
  2250. \ Backslash
  2251. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2252. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2253. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2254. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2255. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2256. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2257. \" Double quotation mark
  2258. \' Single quotation mark
  2259. \ Backslash
  2260. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2261. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2262. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2263. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2264. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2265. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2266. \" Double quotation mark
  2267. \' Single quotation mark
  2268. \ Backslash
  2269. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2270. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2271. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2272. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2273. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2274. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2275. \" Double quotation mark
  2276. \' Single quotation mark
  2277. \ Backslash
  2278. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2279. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2280. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2281. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2282. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2283. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2284. \" Double quotation mark
  2285. \' Single quotation mark
  2286. \ Backslash
  2287. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2288. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2289. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2290. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2291. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2292. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2293. \" Double quotation mark
  2294. \' Single quotation mark
  2295. \ Backslash
  2296. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2297. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2298. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2299. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2300. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2301. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2302. \" Double quotation mark
  2303. \' Single quotation mark
  2304. \ Backslash
  2305. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2306. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2307. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2308. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2309. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2310. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2311. \" Double quotation mark
  2312. \' Single quotation mark
  2313. \ Backslash
  2314. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2315. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2316. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2317. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2318. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2319. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2320. \" Double quotation mark
  2321. \' Single quotation mark
  2322. \ Backslash
  2323. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2324. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2325. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2326. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2327. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2328. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2329. \" Double quotation mark
  2330. \' Single quotation mark
  2331. \ Backslash
  2332. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2333. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2334. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2335. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2336. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2337. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2338. \" Double quotation mark
  2339. \' Single quotation mark
  2340. \ Backslash
  2341. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2342. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2343. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2344. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2345. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2346. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2347. \" Double quotation mark
  2348. \' Single quotation mark
  2349. \ Backslash
  2350. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2351. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2352. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2353. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2354. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2355. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2356. \" Double quotation mark
  2357. \' Single quotation mark
  2358. \ Backslash
  2359. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2360. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2361. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2362. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2363. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2364. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2365. \" Double quotation mark
  2366. \' Single quotation mark
  2367. \ Backslash
  2368. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2369. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2370. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2371. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2372. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2373. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2374. \" Double quotation mark
  2375. \' Single quotation mark
  2376. \ Backslash
  2377. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2378. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2379. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2380. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2381. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2382. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2383. \" Double quotation mark
  2384. \' Single quotation mark
  2385. \ Backslash
  2386. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2387. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2388. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2389. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2390. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2391. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2392. \" Double quotation mark
  2393. \' Single quotation mark
  2394. \ Backslash
  2395. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2396. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2397. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2398. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2399. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2400. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2401. \" Double quotation mark
  2402. \' Single quotation mark
  2403. \ Backslash
  2404. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2405. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2406. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2407. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2408. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2409. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2410. \" Double quotation mark
  2411. \' Single quotation mark
  2412. \ Backslash
  2413. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2414. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2415. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2416. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2417. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2418. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2419. \" Double quotation mark
  2420. \' Single quotation mark
  2421. \ Backslash
  2422. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2423. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2424. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2425. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2426. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2427. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2428. \" Double quotation mark
  2429. \' Single quotation mark
  2430. \ Backslash
  2431. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2432. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2433. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2434. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2435. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2436. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2437. \" Double quotation mark
  2438. \' Single quotation mark
  2439. \ Backslash
  2440. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2441. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2442. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2443. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2444. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2445. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2446. \" Double quotation mark
  2447. \' Single quotation mark
  2448. \ Backslash
  2449. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2450. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2451. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2452. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2453. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2454. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2455. \" Double quotation mark
  2456. \' Single quotation mark
  2457. \ Backslash
  2458. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2459. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2460. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2461. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2462. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2463. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2464. \" Double quotation mark
  2465. \' Single quotation mark
  2466. \ Backslash
  2467. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2468. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2469. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2470. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2471. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2472. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2473. \" Double quotation mark
  2474. \' Single quotation mark
  2475. \ Backslash
  2476. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2477. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2478. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2479. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2480. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2481. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2482. \" Double quotation mark
  2483. \' Single quotation mark
  2484. \ Backslash
  2485. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2486. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2487. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2488. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2489. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2490. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2491. \" Double quotation mark
  2492. \' Single quotation mark
  2493. \ Backslash
  2494. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2495. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2496. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2497. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2498. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2499. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2500. \" Double quotation mark
  2501. \' Single quotation mark
  2502. \ Backslash
  2503. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2504. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2505. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2506. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2507. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2508. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2509. \" Double quotation mark
  2510. \' Single quotation mark
  2511. \ Backslash
  2512. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2513. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2514. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2515. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2516. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2517. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2518. \" Double quotation mark
  2519. \' Single quotation mark
  2520. \ Backslash
  2521. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2522. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2523. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2524. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2525. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2526. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2527. \" Double quotation mark
  2528. \' Single quotation mark
  2529. \ Backslash
  2530. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2531. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2532. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2533. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2534. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2535. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2536. \" Double quotation mark
  2537. \' Single quotation mark
  2538. \ Backslash
  2539. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2540. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2541. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2542. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2543. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2544. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2545. \" Double quotation mark
  2546. \' Single quotation mark
  2547. \ Backslash
  2548. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2549. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2550. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2551. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2552. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2553. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2554. \" Double quotation mark
  2555. \' Single quotation mark
  2556. \ Backslash
  2557. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2558. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2559. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2560. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2561. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2562. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2563. \" Double quotation mark
  2564. \' Single quotation mark
  2565. \ Backslash
  2566. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2567. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2568. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2569. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2570. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2571. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2572. \" Double quotation mark
  2573. \' Single quotation mark
  2574. \ Backslash
  2575. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2576. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2577. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2578. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2579. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2580. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2581. \" Double quotation mark
  2582. \' Single quotation mark
  2583. \ Backslash
  2584. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2585. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2586. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2587. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2588. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2589. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2590. \" Double quotation mark
  2591. \' Single quotation mark
  2592. \ Backslash
  2593. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2594. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2595. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2596. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2597. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2598. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2599. \" Double quotation mark
  2600. \' Single quotation mark
  2601. \ Backslash
  2602. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2603. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2604. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2605. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2606. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2607. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2608. \" Double quotation mark
  2609. \' Single quotation mark
  2610. \ Backslash
  2611. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2612. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2613. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2614. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2615. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2616. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2617. \" Double quotation mark
  2618. \' Single quotation mark
  2619. \ Backslash
  2620. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2621. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2622. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2623. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2624. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2625. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2626. \" Double quotation mark
  2627. \' Single quotation mark
  2628. \ Backslash
  2629. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2630. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2631. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2632. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2633. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2634. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2635. \" Double quotation mark
  2636. \' Single quotation mark
  2637. \ Backslash
  2638. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2639. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2640. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2641. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2642. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2643. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2644. \" Double quotation mark
  2645. \' Single quotation mark
  2646. \ Backslash
  2647. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2648. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2649. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2650. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2651. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2652. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2653. \" Double quotation mark
  2654. \' Single quotation mark
  2655. \ Backslash
  2656. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2657. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2658. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2659. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2660. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2661. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2662. \" Double quotation mark
  2663. \' Single quotation mark
  2664. \ Backslash
  2665. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2666. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2667. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2668. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2669. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2670. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2671. \" Double quotation mark
  2672. \' Single quotation mark
  2673. \ Backslash
  2674. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2675. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2676. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2677. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2678. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2679. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2680. \" Double quotation mark
  2681. \' Single quotation mark
  2682. \ Backslash
  2683. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2684. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2685. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2686. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2687. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2688. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2689. \" Double quotation mark
  2690. \' Single quotation mark
  2691. \ Backslash
  2692. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2693. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2694. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2695. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2696. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2697. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2698. \" Double quotation mark
  2699. \' Single quotation mark
  2700. \ Backslash
  2701. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2702. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2703. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2704. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2705. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2706. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2707. \" Double quotation mark
  2708. \' Single quotation mark
  2709. \ Backslash
  2710. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2711. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2712. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2713. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2714. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2715. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2716. \" Double quotation mark
  2717. \' Single quotation mark
  2718. \ Backslash
  2719. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2720. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2721. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2722. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2723. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2724. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2725. \" Double quotation mark
  2726. \' Single quotation mark
  2727. \ Backslash
  2728. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2729. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2730. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2731. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2732. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2733. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2734. \" Double quotation mark
  2735. \' Single quotation mark
  2736. \ Backslash
  2737. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2738. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2739. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2740. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2741. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2742. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2743. \" Double quotation mark
  2744. \' Single quotation mark
  2745. \ Backslash
  2746. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2747. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2748. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2749. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2750. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2751. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2752. \" Double quotation mark
  2753. \' Single quotation mark
  2754. \ Backslash
  2755. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2756. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2757. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2758. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2759. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2760. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2761. \" Double quotation mark
  2762. \' Single quotation mark
  2763. \ Backslash
  2764. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2765. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2766. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2767. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2768. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2769. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2770. \" Double quotation mark
  2771. \' Single quotation mark
  2772. \ Backslash
  2773. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2774. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2775. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2776. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2777. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2778. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2779. \" Double quotation mark
  2780. \' Single quotation mark
  2781. \ Backslash
  2782. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2783. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2784. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2785. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2786. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2787. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2788. \" Double quotation mark
  2789. \' Single quotation mark
  2790. \ Backslash
  2791. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2792. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2793. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2794. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2795. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2796. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2797. \" Double quotation mark
  2798. \' Single quotation mark
  2799. \ Backslash
  2800. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2801. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2802. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2803. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2804. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2805. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2806. \" Double quotation mark
  2807. \' Single quotation mark
  2808. \ Backslash
  2809. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2810. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2811. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2812. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2813. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2814. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2815. \" Double quotation mark
  2816. \' Single quotation mark
  2817. \ Backslash
  2818. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2819. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2820. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2821. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2822. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2823. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2824. \" Double quotation mark
  2825. \' Single quotation mark
  2826. \ Backslash
  2827. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2828. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2829. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2830. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2831. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2832. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2833. \" Double quotation mark
  2834. \' Single quotation mark
  2835. \ Backslash
  2836. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2837. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2838. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2839. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2840. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2841. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2842. \" Double quotation mark
  2843. \' Single quotation mark
  2844. \ Backslash
  2845. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2846. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2847. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2848. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2849. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2850. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2851. \" Double quotation mark
  2852. \' Single quotation mark
  2853. \ Backslash
  2854. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2855. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2856. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2857. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2858. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2859. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2860. \" Double quotation mark
  2861. \' Single quotation mark
  2862. \ Backslash
  2863. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2864. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2865. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2866. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2867. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2868. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2869. \" Double quotation mark
  2870. \' Single quotation mark
  2871. \ Backslash
  2872. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2873. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2874. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2875. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2876. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2877. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2878. \" Double quotation mark
  2879. \' Single quotation mark
  2880. \ Backslash
  2881. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2882. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2883. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2884. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2885. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2886. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2887. \" Double quotation mark
  2888. \' Single quotation mark
  2889. \ Backslash
  2890. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2891. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2892. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2893. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2894. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2895. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2896. \" Double quotation mark
  2897. \' Single quotation mark
  2898. \ Backslash
  2899. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2900. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2901. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2902. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2903. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2904. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2905. \" Double quotation mark
  2906. \' Single quotation mark
  2907. \ Backslash
  2908. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2909. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2910. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2911. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2912. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2913. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2914. \" Double quotation mark
  2915. \' Single quotation mark
  2916. \ Backslash
  2917. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2918. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2919. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2920. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2921. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2922. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2923. \" Double quotation mark
  2924. \' Single quotation mark
  2925. \ Backslash
  2926. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2927. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2928. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2929. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2930. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2931. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2932. \" Double quotation mark
  2933. \' Single quotation mark
  2934. \ Backslash
  2935. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2936. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2937. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2938. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2939. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2940. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2941. \" Double quotation mark
  2942. \' Single quotation mark
  2943. \ Backslash
  2944. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2945. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2946. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2947. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2948. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2949. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2950. \" Double quotation mark
  2951. \' Single quotation mark
  2952. \ Backslash
  2953. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2954. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2955. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2956. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2957. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2958. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2959. \" Double quotation mark
  2960. \' Single quotation mark
  2961. \ Backslash
  2962. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2963. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2964. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2965. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2966. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2967. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2968. \" Double quotation mark
  2969. \' Single quotation mark
  2970. \ Backslash
  2971. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2972. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2973. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2974. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2975. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2976. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2977. \" Double quotation mark
  2978. \' Single quotation mark
  2979. \ Backslash
  2980. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2981. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2982. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2983. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2984. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2985. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2986. \" Double quotation mark
  2987. \' Single quotation mark
  2988. \ Backslash
  2989. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2990. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2991. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  2992. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  2993. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  2994. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  2995. \" Double quotation mark
  2996. \' Single quotation mark
  2997. \ Backslash
  2998. [code]Escape sequence Character
  2999. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3000. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3001. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3002. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3003. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3004. \" Double quotation mark
  3005. \' Single quotation mark
  3006. \ Backslash
  3007. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3008. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3009. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3010. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3011. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3012. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3013. \" Double quotation mark
  3014. \' Single quotation mark
  3015. \ Backslash
  3016. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3017. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3018. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3019. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3020. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3021. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3022. \" Double quotation mark
  3023. \' Single quotation mark
  3024. \ Backslash
  3025. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3026. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3027. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3028. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3029. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3030. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3031. \" Double quotation mark
  3032. \' Single quotation mark
  3033. \ Backslash
  3034. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3035. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3036. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3037. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3038. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3039. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3040. \" Double quotation mark
  3041. \' Single quotation mark
  3042. \ Backslash
  3043. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3044. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3045. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3046. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3047. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3048. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3049. \" Double quotation mark
  3050. \' Single quotation mark
  3051. \ Backslash
  3052. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3053. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3054. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3055. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3056. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3057. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3058. \" Double quotation mark
  3059. \' Single quotation mark
  3060. \ Backslash
  3061. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3062. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3063. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3064. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3065. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3066. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3067. \" Double quotation mark
  3068. \' Single quotation mark
  3069. \ Backslash
  3070. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3071. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3072. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3073. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3074. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3075. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3076. \" Double quotation mark
  3077. \' Single quotation mark
  3078. \ Backslash
  3079. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3080. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3081. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3082. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3083. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3084. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3085. \" Double quotation mark
  3086. \' Single quotation mark
  3087. \ Backslash
  3088. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3089. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3090. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3091. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3092. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3093. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3094. \" Double quotation mark
  3095. \' Single quotation mark
  3096. \ Backslash
  3097. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3098. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3099. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3100. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3101. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3102. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3103. \" Double quotation mark
  3104. \' Single quotation mark
  3105. \ Backslash
  3106. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3107. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3108. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3109. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3110. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3111. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3112. \" Double quotation mark
  3113. \' Single quotation mark
  3114. \ Backslash
  3115. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3116. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3117. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3118. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3119. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3120. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3121. \" Double quotation mark
  3122. \' Single quotation mark
  3123. \ Backslash
  3124. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3125. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3126. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3127. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3128. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3129. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3130. \" Double quotation mark
  3131. \' Single quotation mark
  3132. \ Backslash
  3133. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3134. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3135. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3136. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3137. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3138. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3139. \" Double quotation mark
  3140. \' Single quotation mark
  3141. \ Backslash
  3142. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3143. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3144. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3145. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3146. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3147. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3148. \" Double quotation mark
  3149. \' Single quotation mark
  3150. \ Backslash
  3151. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3152. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3153. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3154. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3155. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3156. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3157. \" Double quotation mark
  3158. \' Single quotation mark
  3159. \ Backslash
  3160. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3161. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3162. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3163. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3164. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3165. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3166. \" Double quotation mark
  3167. \' Single quotation mark
  3168. \ Backslash
  3169. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3170. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3171. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3172. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3173. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3174. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3175. \" Double quotation mark
  3176. \' Single quotation mark
  3177. \ Backslash
  3178. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3179. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3180. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3181. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3182. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3183. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3184. \" Double quotation mark
  3185. \' Single quotation mark
  3186. \ Backslash
  3187. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3188. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3189. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3190. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3191. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3192. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3193. \" Double quotation mark
  3194. \' Single quotation mark
  3195. \ Backslash
  3196. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3197. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3198. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3199. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3200. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3201. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3202. \" Double quotation mark
  3203. \' Single quotation mark
  3204. \ Backslash
  3205. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3206. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3207. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3208. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3209. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3210. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3211. \" Double quotation mark
  3212. \' Single quotation mark
  3213. \ Backslash
  3214. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3215. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3216. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3217. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3218. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3219. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3220. \" Double quotation mark
  3221. \' Single quotation mark
  3222. \ Backslash
  3223. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3224. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3225. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3226. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3227. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3228. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3229. \" Double quotation mark
  3230. \' Single quotation mark
  3231. \ Backslash
  3232. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3233. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3234. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3235. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3236. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3237. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3238. \" Double quotation mark
  3239. \' Single quotation mark
  3240. \ Backslash
  3241. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3242. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3243. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3244. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3245. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3246. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3247. \" Double quotation mark
  3248. \' Single quotation mark
  3249. \ Backslash
  3250. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3251. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3252. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3253. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3254. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3255. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3256. \" Double quotation mark
  3257. \' Single quotation mark
  3258. \ Backslash
  3259. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3260. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3261. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3262. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3263. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3264. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3265. \" Double quotation mark
  3266. \' Single quotation mark
  3267. \ Backslash
  3268. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3269. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3270. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3271. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3272. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3273. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3274. \" Double quotation mark
  3275. \' Single quotation mark
  3276. \ Backslash
  3277. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3278. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3279. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3280. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3281. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3282. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3283. \" Double quotation mark
  3284. \' Single quotation mark
  3285. \ Backslash
  3286. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3287. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3288. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3289. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3290. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3291. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3292. \" Double quotation mark
  3293. \' Single quotation mark
  3294. \ Backslash
  3295. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3296. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3297. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3298. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3299. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3300. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3301. \" Double quotation mark
  3302. \' Single quotation mark
  3303. \ Backslash
  3304. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3305. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3306. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3307. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3308. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3309. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3310. \" Double quotation mark
  3311. \' Single quotation mark
  3312. \ Backslash
  3313. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3314. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3315. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3316. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3317. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3318. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3319. \" Double quotation mark
  3320. \' Single quotation mark
  3321. \ Backslash
  3322. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3323. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3324. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3325. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3326. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3327. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3328. \" Double quotation mark
  3329. \' Single quotation mark
  3330. \ Backslash
  3331. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3332. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3333. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3334. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3335. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3336. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3337. \" Double quotation mark
  3338. \' Single quotation mark
  3339. \ Backslash
  3340. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3341. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3342. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3343. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3344. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3345. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3346. \" Double quotation mark
  3347. \' Single quotation mark
  3348. \ Backslash
  3349. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3350. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3351. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3352. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3353. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3354. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3355. \" Double quotation mark
  3356. \' Single quotation mark
  3357. \ Backslash
  3358. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3359. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3360. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3361. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3362. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3363. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3364. \" Double quotation mark
  3365. \' Single quotation mark
  3366. \ Backslash
  3367. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3368. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3369. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3370. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3371. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3372. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3373. \" Double quotation mark
  3374. \' Single quotation mark
  3375. \ Backslash
  3376. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3377. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3378. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3379. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3380. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3381. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3382. \" Double quotation mark
  3383. \' Single quotation mark
  3384. \ Backslash
  3385. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3386. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3387. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3388. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3389. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3390. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3391. \" Double quotation mark
  3392. \' Single quotation mark
  3393. \ Backslash
  3394. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3395. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3396. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3397. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3398. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3399. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3400. \" Double quotation mark
  3401. \' Single quotation mark
  3402. \ Backslash
  3403. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3404. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3405. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3406. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3407. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3408. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3409. \" Double quotation mark
  3410. \' Single quotation mark
  3411. \ Backslash
  3412. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3413. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3414. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3415. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3416. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3417. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3418. \" Double quotation mark
  3419. \' Single quotation mark
  3420. \ Backslash
  3421. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3422. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3423. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3424. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3425. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3426. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3427. \" Double quotation mark
  3428. \' Single quotation mark
  3429. \ Backslash
  3430. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3431. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3432. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3433. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3434. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3435. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3436. \" Double quotation mark
  3437. \' Single quotation mark
  3438. \ Backslash
  3439. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3440. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3441. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3442. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3443. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3444. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3445. \" Double quotation mark
  3446. \' Single quotation mark
  3447. \ Backslash
  3448. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3449. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3450. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3451. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3452. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3453. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3454. \" Double quotation mark
  3455. \' Single quotation mark
  3456. \ Backslash
  3457. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3458. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3459. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3460. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3461. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3462. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3463. \" Double quotation mark
  3464. \' Single quotation mark
  3465. \ Backslash
  3466. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3467. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3468. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3469. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3470. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3471. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3472. \" Double quotation mark
  3473. \' Single quotation mark
  3474. \ Backslash
  3475. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3476. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3477. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3478. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3479. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3480. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3481. \" Double quotation mark
  3482. \' Single quotation mark
  3483. \ Backslash
  3484. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3485. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3486. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3487. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3488. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3489. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3490. \" Double quotation mark
  3491. \' Single quotation mark
  3492. \ Backslash
  3493. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3494. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3495. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3496. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3497. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3498. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3499. \" Double quotation mark
  3500. \' Single quotation mark
  3501. \ Backslash
  3502. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3503. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3504. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3505. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3506. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3507. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3508. \" Double quotation mark
  3509. \' Single quotation mark
  3510. \ Backslash
  3511. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3512. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3513. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3514. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3515. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3516. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3517. \" Double quotation mark
  3518. \' Single quotation mark
  3519. \ Backslash
  3520. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3521. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3522. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3523. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3524. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3525. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3526. \" Double quotation mark
  3527. \' Single quotation mark
  3528. \ Backslash
  3529. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3530. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3531. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3532. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3533. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3534. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3535. \" Double quotation mark
  3536. \' Single quotation mark
  3537. \ Backslash
  3538. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3539. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3540. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3541. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3542. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3543. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3544. \" Double quotation mark
  3545. \' Single quotation mark
  3546. \ Backslash
  3547. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3548. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3549. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3550. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3551. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3552. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3553. \" Double quotation mark
  3554. \' Single quotation mark
  3555. \ Backslash
  3556. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3557. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3558. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3559. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3560. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3561. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3562. \" Double quotation mark
  3563. \' Single quotation mark
  3564. \ Backslash
  3565. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3566. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3567. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3568. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3569. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3570. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3571. \" Double quotation mark
  3572. \' Single quotation mark
  3573. \ Backslash
  3574. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3575. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3576. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3577. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3578. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3579. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3580. \" Double quotation mark
  3581. \' Single quotation mark
  3582. \ Backslash
  3583. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3584. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3585. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3586. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3587. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3588. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3589. \" Double quotation mark
  3590. \' Single quotation mark
  3591. \ Backslash
  3592. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3593. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3594. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3595. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3596. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3597. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3598. \" Double quotation mark
  3599. \' Single quotation mark
  3600. \ Backslash
  3601. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3602. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3603. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3604. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3605. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3606. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3607. \" Double quotation mark
  3608. \' Single quotation mark
  3609. \ Backslash
  3610. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3611. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3612. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3613. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3614. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3615. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3616. \" Double quotation mark
  3617. \' Single quotation mark
  3618. \ Backslash
  3619. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3620. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3621. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3622. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3623. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3624. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3625. \" Double quotation mark
  3626. \' Single quotation mark
  3627. \ Backslash
  3628. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3629. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3630. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3631. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3632. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3633. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3634. \" Double quotation mark
  3635. \' Single quotation mark
  3636. \ Backslash
  3637. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3638. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3639. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3640. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3641. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3642. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3643. \" Double quotation mark
  3644. \' Single quotation mark
  3645. \ Backslash
  3646. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3647. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3648. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3649. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3650. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3651. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3652. \" Double quotation mark
  3653. \' Single quotation mark
  3654. \ Backslash
  3655. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3656. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3657. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3658. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3659. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3660. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3661. \" Double quotation mark
  3662. \' Single quotation mark
  3663. \ Backslash
  3664. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3665. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3666. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3667. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3668. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3669. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3670. \" Double quotation mark
  3671. \' Single quotation mark
  3672. \ Backslash
  3673. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3674. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3675. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3676. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3677. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3678. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3679. \" Double quotation mark
  3680. \' Single quotation mark
  3681. \ Backslash
  3682. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3683. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3684. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3685. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3686. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3687. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3688. \" Double quotation mark
  3689. \' Single quotation mark
  3690. \ Backslash
  3691. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3692. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3693. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3694. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3695. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3696. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3697. \" Double quotation mark
  3698. \' Single quotation mark
  3699. \ Backslash
  3700. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3701. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3702. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3703. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3704. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3705. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3706. \" Double quotation mark
  3707. \' Single quotation mark
  3708. \ Backslash
  3709. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3710. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3711. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3712. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3713. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3714. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3715. \" Double quotation mark
  3716. \' Single quotation mark
  3717. \ Backslash
  3718. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3719. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3720. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3721. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3722. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3723. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3724. \" Double quotation mark
  3725. \' Single quotation mark
  3726. \ Backslash
  3727. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3728. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3729. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3730. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3731. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3732. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3733. \" Double quotation mark
  3734. \' Single quotation mark
  3735. \ Backslash
  3736. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3737. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3738. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3739. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3740. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3741. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3742. \" Double quotation mark
  3743. \' Single quotation mark
  3744. \ Backslash
  3745. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3746. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3747. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3748. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3749. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3750. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3751. \" Double quotation mark
  3752. \' Single quotation mark
  3753. \ Backslash
  3754. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3755. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3756. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3757. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3758. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3759. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3760. \" Double quotation mark
  3761. \' Single quotation mark
  3762. \ Backslash
  3763. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3764. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3765. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3766. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3767. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3768. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3769. \" Double quotation mark
  3770. \' Single quotation mark
  3771. \ Backslash
  3772. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3773. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3774. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3775. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3776. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3777. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3778. \" Double quotation mark
  3779. \' Single quotation mark
  3780. \ Backslash
  3781. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3782. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3783. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3784. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3785. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3786. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3787. \" Double quotation mark
  3788. \' Single quotation mark
  3789. \ Backslash
  3790. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3791. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3792. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3793. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3794. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3795. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3796. \" Double quotation mark
  3797. \' Single quotation mark
  3798. \ Backslash
  3799. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3800. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3801. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3802. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3803. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3804. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3805. \" Double quotation mark
  3806. \' Single quotation mark
  3807. \ Backslash
  3808. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3809. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3810. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3811. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3812. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3813. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3814. \" Double quotation mark
  3815. \' Single quotation mark
  3816. \ Backslash
  3817. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3818. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3819. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3820. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3821. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3822. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3823. \" Double quotation mark
  3824. \' Single quotation mark
  3825. \ Backslash
  3826. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3827. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3828. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3829. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3830. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3831. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3832. \" Double quotation mark
  3833. \' Single quotation mark
  3834. \ Backslash
  3835. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3836. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3837. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3838. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3839. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3840. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3841. \" Double quotation mark
  3842. \' Single quotation mark
  3843. \ Backslash
  3844. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3845. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3846. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3847. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3848. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3849. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3850. \" Double quotation mark
  3851. \' Single quotation mark
  3852. \ Backslash
  3853. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3854. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3855. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3856. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3857. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3858. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3859. \" Double quotation mark
  3860. \' Single quotation mark
  3861. \ Backslash
  3862. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3863. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3864. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3865. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3866. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3867. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3868. \" Double quotation mark
  3869. \' Single quotation mark
  3870. \ Backslash
  3871. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3872. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3873. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3874. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3875. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3876. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3877. \" Double quotation mark
  3878. \' Single quotation mark
  3879. \ Backslash
  3880. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3881. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3882. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3883. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3884. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3885. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3886. \" Double quotation mark
  3887. \' Single quotation mark
  3888. \ Backslash
  3889. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3890. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3891. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3892. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3893. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3894. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3895. \" Double quotation mark
  3896. \' Single quotation mark
  3897. \ Backslash
  3898. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3899. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3900. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3901. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3902. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3903. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3904. \" Double quotation mark
  3905. \' Single quotation mark
  3906. \ Backslash
  3907. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3908. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3909. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3910. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3911. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3912. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3913. \" Double quotation mark
  3914. \' Single quotation mark
  3915. \ Backslash
  3916. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3917. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3918. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3919. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3920. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3921. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3922. \" Double quotation mark
  3923. \' Single quotation mark
  3924. \ Backslash
  3925. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3926. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3927. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3928. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3929. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3930. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3931. \" Double quotation mark
  3932. \' Single quotation mark
  3933. \ Backslash
  3934. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3935. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3936. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3937. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3938. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3939. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3940. \" Double quotation mark
  3941. \' Single quotation mark
  3942. \ Backslash
  3943. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3944. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3945. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3946. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3947. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3948. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3949. \" Double quotation mark
  3950. \' Single quotation mark
  3951. \ Backslash
  3952. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3953. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3954. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3955. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3956. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3957. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3958. \" Double quotation mark
  3959. \' Single quotation mark
  3960. \ Backslash
  3961. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3962. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3963. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3964. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3965. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3966. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3967. \" Double quotation mark
  3968. \' Single quotation mark
  3969. \ Backslash
  3970. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3971. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3972. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3973. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3974. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3975. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3976. \" Double quotation mark
  3977. \' Single quotation mark
  3978. \ Backslash
  3979. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3980. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3981. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3982. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3983. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3984. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3985. \" Double quotation mark
  3986. \' Single quotation mark
  3987. \ Backslash
  3988. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3989. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3990. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3991. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  3992. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  3993. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  3994. \" Double quotation mark
  3995. \' Single quotation mark
  3996. \ Backslash
  3997. [code]Escape sequence Character
  3998. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  3999. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4000. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4001. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4002. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4003. \" Double quotation mark
  4004. \' Single quotation mark
  4005. \ Backslash
  4006. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4007. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4008. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4009. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4010. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4011. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4012. \" Double quotation mark
  4013. \' Single quotation mark
  4014. \ Backslash
  4015. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4016. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4017. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4018. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4019. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4020. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4021. \" Double quotation mark
  4022. \' Single quotation mark
  4023. \ Backslash
  4024. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4025. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4026. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4027. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4028. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4029. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4030. \" Double quotation mark
  4031. \' Single quotation mark
  4032. \ Backslash
  4033. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4034. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4035. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4036. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4037. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4038. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4039. \" Double quotation mark
  4040. \' Single quotation mark
  4041. \ Backslash
  4042. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4043. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4044. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4045. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4046. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4047. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4048. \" Double quotation mark
  4049. \' Single quotation mark
  4050. \ Backslash
  4051. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4052. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4053. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4054. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4055. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4056. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4057. \" Double quotation mark
  4058. \' Single quotation mark
  4059. \ Backslash
  4060. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4061. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4062. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4063. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4064. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4065. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4066. \" Double quotation mark
  4067. \' Single quotation mark
  4068. \ Backslash
  4069. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4070. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4071. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4072. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4073. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4074. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4075. \" Double quotation mark
  4076. \' Single quotation mark
  4077. \ Backslash
  4078. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4079. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4080. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4081. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4082. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4083. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4084. \" Double quotation mark
  4085. \' Single quotation mark
  4086. \ Backslash
  4087. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4088. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4089. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4090. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4091. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4092. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4093. \" Double quotation mark
  4094. \' Single quotation mark
  4095. \ Backslash
  4096. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4097. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4098. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4099. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4100. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4101. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4102. \" Double quotation mark
  4103. \' Single quotation mark
  4104. \ Backslash
  4105. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4106. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4107. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4108. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4109. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4110. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4111. \" Double quotation mark
  4112. \' Single quotation mark
  4113. \ Backslash
  4114. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4115. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4116. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4117. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4118. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4119. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4120. \" Double quotation mark
  4121. \' Single quotation mark
  4122. \ Backslash
  4123. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4124. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4125. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4126. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4127. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4128. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4129. \" Double quotation mark
  4130. \' Single quotation mark
  4131. \ Backslash
  4132. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4133. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4134. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4135. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4136. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4137. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4138. \" Double quotation mark
  4139. \' Single quotation mark
  4140. \ Backslash
  4141. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4142. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4143. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4144. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4145. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4146. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4147. \" Double quotation mark
  4148. \' Single quotation mark
  4149. \ Backslash
  4150. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4151. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4152. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4153. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4154. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4155. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4156. \" Double quotation mark
  4157. \' Single quotation mark
  4158. \ Backslash
  4159. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4160. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4161. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4162. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4163. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4164. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4165. \" Double quotation mark
  4166. \' Single quotation mark
  4167. \ Backslash
  4168. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4169. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4170. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4171. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4172. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4173. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4174. \" Double quotation mark
  4175. \' Single quotation mark
  4176. \ Backslash
  4177. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4178. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4179. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4180. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4181. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4182. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4183. \" Double quotation mark
  4184. \' Single quotation mark
  4185. \ Backslash
  4186. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4187. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4188. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4189. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4190. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4191. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4192. \" Double quotation mark
  4193. \' Single quotation mark
  4194. \ Backslash
  4195. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4196. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4197. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4198. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4199. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4200. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4201. \" Double quotation mark
  4202. \' Single quotation mark
  4203. \ Backslash
  4204. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4205. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4206. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4207. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4208. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4209. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4210. \" Double quotation mark
  4211. \' Single quotation mark
  4212. \ Backslash
  4213. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4214. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4215. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4216. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4217. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4218. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4219. \" Double quotation mark
  4220. \' Single quotation mark
  4221. \ Backslash
  4222. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4223. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4224. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4225. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4226. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4227. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4228. \" Double quotation mark
  4229. \' Single quotation mark
  4230. \ Backslash
  4231. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4232. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4233. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4234. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4235. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4236. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4237. \" Double quotation mark
  4238. \' Single quotation mark
  4239. \ Backslash
  4240. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4241. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4242. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4243. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4244. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4245. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4246. \" Double quotation mark
  4247. \' Single quotation mark
  4248. \ Backslash
  4249. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4250. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4251. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4252. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4253. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4254. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4255. \" Double quotation mark
  4256. \' Single quotation mark
  4257. \ Backslash
  4258. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4259. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4260. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4261. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4262. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4263. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4264. \" Double quotation mark
  4265. \' Single quotation mark
  4266. \ Backslash
  4267. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4268. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4269. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4270. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4271. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4272. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4273. \" Double quotation mark
  4274. \' Single quotation mark
  4275. \ Backslash
  4276. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4277. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4278. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4279. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4280. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4281. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4282. \" Double quotation mark
  4283. \' Single quotation mark
  4284. \ Backslash
  4285. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4286. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4287. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4288. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4289. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4290. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4291. \" Double quotation mark
  4292. \' Single quotation mark
  4293. \ Backslash
  4294. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4295. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4296. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4297. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4298. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4299. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4300. \" Double quotation mark
  4301. \' Single quotation mark
  4302. \ Backslash
  4303. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4304. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4305. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4306. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4307. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4308. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4309. \" Double quotation mark
  4310. \' Single quotation mark
  4311. \ Backslash
  4312. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4313. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4314. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4315. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4316. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4317. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4318. \" Double quotation mark
  4319. \' Single quotation mark
  4320. \ Backslash
  4321. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4322. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4323. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4324. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4325. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4326. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4327. \" Double quotation mark
  4328. \' Single quotation mark
  4329. \ Backslash
  4330. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4331. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4332. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4333. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4334. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4335. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4336. \" Double quotation mark
  4337. \' Single quotation mark
  4338. \ Backslash
  4339. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4340. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4341. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4342. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4343. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4344. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4345. \" Double quotation mark
  4346. \' Single quotation mark
  4347. \ Backslash
  4348. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4349. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4350. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4351. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4352. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4353. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4354. \" Double quotation mark
  4355. \' Single quotation mark
  4356. \ Backslash
  4357. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4358. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4359. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4360. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4361. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4362. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4363. \" Double quotation mark
  4364. \' Single quotation mark
  4365. \ Backslash
  4366. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4367. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4368. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4369. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4370. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4371. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4372. \" Double quotation mark
  4373. \' Single quotation mark
  4374. \ Backslash
  4375. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4376. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4377. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4378. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4379. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4380. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4381. \" Double quotation mark
  4382. \' Single quotation mark
  4383. \ Backslash
  4384. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4385. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4386. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4387. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4388. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4389. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4390. \" Double quotation mark
  4391. \' Single quotation mark
  4392. \ Backslash
  4393. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4394. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4395. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4396. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4397. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4398. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4399. \" Double quotation mark
  4400. \' Single quotation mark
  4401. \ Backslash
  4402. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4403. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4404. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4405. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4406. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4407. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4408. \" Double quotation mark
  4409. \' Single quotation mark
  4410. \ Backslash
  4411. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4412. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4413. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4414. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4415. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4416. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4417. \" Double quotation mark
  4418. \' Single quotation mark
  4419. \ Backslash
  4420. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4421. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4422. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4423. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4424. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4425. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4426. \" Double quotation mark
  4427. \' Single quotation mark
  4428. \ Backslash
  4429. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4430. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4431. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4432. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4433. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4434. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4435. \" Double quotation mark
  4436. \' Single quotation mark
  4437. \ Backslash
  4438. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4439. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4440. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4441. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4442. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4443. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4444. \" Double quotation mark
  4445. \' Single quotation mark
  4446. \ Backslash
  4447. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4448. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4449. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4450. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4451. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4452. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4453. \" Double quotation mark
  4454. \' Single quotation mark
  4455. \ Backslash
  4456. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4457. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4458. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4459. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4460. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4461. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4462. \" Double quotation mark
  4463. \' Single quotation mark
  4464. \ Backslash
  4465. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4466. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4467. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4468. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4469. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4470. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4471. \" Double quotation mark
  4472. \' Single quotation mark
  4473. \ Backslash
  4474. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4475. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4476. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4477. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4478. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4479. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4480. \" Double quotation mark
  4481. \' Single quotation mark
  4482. \ Backslash
  4483. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4484. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4485. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4486. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4487. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4488. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4489. \" Double quotation mark
  4490. \' Single quotation mark
  4491. \ Backslash
  4492. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4493. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4494. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4495. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4496. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4497. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4498. \" Double quotation mark
  4499. \' Single quotation mark
  4500. \ Backslash
  4501. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4502. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4503. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4504. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4505. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4506. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4507. \" Double quotation mark
  4508. \' Single quotation mark
  4509. \ Backslash
  4510. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4511. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4512. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4513. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4514. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4515. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4516. \" Double quotation mark
  4517. \' Single quotation mark
  4518. \ Backslash
  4519. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4520. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4521. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4522. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4523. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4524. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4525. \" Double quotation mark
  4526. \' Single quotation mark
  4527. \ Backslash
  4528. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4529. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4530. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4531. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4532. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4533. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4534. \" Double quotation mark
  4535. \' Single quotation mark
  4536. \ Backslash
  4537. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4538. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4539. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4540. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4541. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4542. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4543. \" Double quotation mark
  4544. \' Single quotation mark
  4545. \ Backslash
  4546. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4547. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4548. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4549. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4550. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4551. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4552. \" Double quotation mark
  4553. \' Single quotation mark
  4554. \ Backslash
  4555. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4556. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4557. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4558. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4559. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4560. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4561. \" Double quotation mark
  4562. \' Single quotation mark
  4563. \ Backslash
  4564. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4565. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4566. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4567. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4568. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4569. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4570. \" Double quotation mark
  4571. \' Single quotation mark
  4572. \ Backslash
  4573. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4574. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4575. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4576. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4577. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4578. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4579. \" Double quotation mark
  4580. \' Single quotation mark
  4581. \ Backslash
  4582. [code]Escape sequence Character
  4583. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  4584. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  4585. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4586. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  4587. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
  4588. \" Double quotation mark
  4589. \' Single quotation mark
  4590. \ Backslash
  4591. [code]
    1. Escape sequence Character
    2. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
    3. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
    4. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
    5. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
    6. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)
    7. \" Double quotation mark
    8. \' Single quotation mark
    9. \\ Backslash
    10. \000 -\377 A byte specified in octal
    11. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
    12. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
    13. hexadecimal
    [/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4592. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4593. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4594. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4595. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4596. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4597. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4598. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4599. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4600. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4601. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4602. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4603. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4604. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4605. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4606. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4607. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4608. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4609. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4610. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4611. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4612. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4613. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4614. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4615. hexadecimal[/code]0 -7 A byte specified in octal
  4616. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  4617. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4618. hexadecimal


Code: [ Select ]
  1. \b Backspace character (ASCII 8)
  2. \f Form-feed character (ASCII 12)
  3. \n Line-feed character (ASCII 10)
  4. \r Carriage return character (ASCII 13)
  5. \t Tab character (ASCII 9)



About the tab and the backspace, they R KEYS, so how can I insert them as a charecter in my program???

and the other three.. I don't know what's exactly their function, their job??

Code: [ Select ]
  1. \000 -\377 A byte specified in octal
  2. \x00 -\xFF A byte specified in hexadecimal
  3. \u0000 -\uFFFF A 16-bit Unicode character specified in
  4. hexadecimal



thanx
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Maisara-WD wrote:
1. how differs the way a variable with premetive data type behave than one that contains reference data type?


Flash allows you to "type" data meaning that if you tell Flash what kind of variable it is, you have a better chance of getting the correct result. so...
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var myVariable:Number = 20+10;
// myVariable would return 30 (flash knew to add the number)
var myVariable:String = "20"+"10";
// myVariable would return 2010 (flash added one string to the end of the other string);
  1. var myVariable:Number = 20+10;
  2. // myVariable would return 30 (flash knew to add the number)
  3. var myVariable:String = "20"+"10";
  4. // myVariable would return 2010 (flash added one string to the end of the other string);


Maisara-WD wrote:
2. I read the following statement:
"The number data type is a double-precision floating-point number."
but I cannot get the meaning of it.
That just means that if you call something a number flash is able to do very complex mathematical equations based on that number.

Why do you want to escape characters? I rarely find a time when you need to do that in Flash and if we knew what you were trying to do it might be a bit easier to help.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Thank u v v v v v v v much

About escaping charecters, I'm still learning so I'm just knowing about if it's been used or not

thanx at all
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Post 3+ Months Ago

yeah don't worry about knowing how to escape characters. Honestly I think I would find a different book if its trying to run you through that kind of thing.

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