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String literals

7.13 String literals

String literals consist of a series of characters or spaces contained between double quote characters.

The length of a string literal is restricted by the length of the input line.
To include a double quote character or a dollar character within the string literal, include the character twice as a pair. For example, you must use $$ if you require a single $ in the string.
C string escape sequences are also enabled and can be used within the string, unless --no_esc is specified.

Examples

abc     SETS    "this string contains only one "" double quote"
def     SETS    "this string contains only one $$ dollar symbol"
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