yermej wrote:
> On Nov 6, 7:00 pm, Jeremy Woertink <jeremywoert... / gmail.com> wrote:
>> second one I would expect it to return "\", instead it returns "\\" both
>> the string that is returned is still wrong.
>>
>> ~Jeremy
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> 
> If you actually output the string:
> 
>> puts '\\'
> \
> => nil
> 
> you should get the result you're expecting.
Rock on.

So basically I had to do \\\\ just to get \\ and \\ just to get \. 
Crazy, but it works so I'm happy.
Thanks


~Jeremy
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