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String Literal Prefix
UltraEdit supports specification of the string literal format by specifying a string prefix character in the language definition line. For example, in C# .NET 2.0, the string literal prefix would be defined as follows:
String Literal Prefix = @
In this case, the @ before a string literal indicates that a backslash is not an escape character which is really useful for entering path literals. To illustrate, the following two statements are equivalent:
The only special character in a @"..." literal is the ", which is simple doubled if you want to embed one.