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	I was looking through cgi.rb and noticed a /n modifier and I
have no clue what that does.  It's not iomx and I'm stumped.  I couldn't
find it in any of my perl or regexp books.

	Here's the chunket in question.  Ideas?  Something to do with
nil maybe?  -sc

  def CGI::escapeHTML(string)
    string.gsub(/&/n, '&').gsub(/\"/n, '"').gsub(/>/n, '>').gsu=
b(/</n, '&lt;')
  end


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	I was looking through cgi.rb and noticed a /n modifier and I
have no clue what that does.  It's not iomx and I'm stumped.  I couldn't
find it in any of my perl or regexp books.

	Here's the chunket in question.  Ideas?  Something to do with
nil maybe?  -sc

  def CGI::escapeHTML(string)
    string.gsub(/&/n, '&amp;').gsub(/\"/n, '&quot;').gsub(/>/n, '&gt;').gsu=
b(/</n, '&lt;')
  end


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Sean Chittenden
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