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[StrongED] Re: Another S&R query

In article <93f593bf56.fjgraute@xxxxxxxxx>,
   Fred Graute <fjgraute@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Note that if you want to use @0 or @9 in a back reference then it must
> be set explicitly. If you don't set it then it will be defined _after_
> a match is found, meaning it will have a bogus value during the search.

I can see @9 would not work - but @01 certainly worked as expected without
setting @0.

But StrongHelp does say "You are advised not to use marks 0 or 9 in       
backreferences." I had wondered about this - then forgotten about it! So
are there conditions where @0 is not set?

Richard Torrens.
http://www.Torrens.org for genealogy, natural history, wild food, walks, cats
and more!

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