On 1/23/07, Michael W. Ryder <_mwryder / worldnet.att.net> wrote:
> > I'm guessing this behavior is due to readline, which is normally
> > compiled into into irb if available.  If so, you can also insert tabs
> > using M-TAB (a.k.a. alt-tab).  Try "info readline" for more info (or
> > google "info readline" if you don't have it available).
> >
>
> Using alt-tab on my XP Pro computer results in another window popping up
> and does not insert a tab character into the string.  I will just have
> to remember to use double quotes and \t for tabs.

Ah, yes, readline is more of a unixy thing AFAIK.  Sorry, I'm not sure
about Windows.