ts wrote:
>>>>>>"D" == David Garamond <davegaramond / icqmail.com> writes:
>>>>>
> 
> D> but i wonder why the chosen name is MULTILINE (//m) instead of 
> D> SINGLELINE (//s), and moreover why doesn't ruby complain when i give an 
> 
>  //s  means SJIS encoding
> 
>  ruby has support for multibyte sequences

oh, sorry. i wasn't reading the documentation carefully enough. but then 
why does the lang parameter consume the lowercase and the uppercase 
character as well? couldn't SJIS encoding just given the parameter 'S' 
instead of 's' *and* 'S'?

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dave