c-backslash-quote:zchar — compiling primitive


C\" ( [backslashed-strings_<">] -- bstr* )(); 


scan the following text to create a literal just like C" does, but backslashes can be used to escape special chars. The rules for the backslashes follow C literals, implemented techniques are \n \r \b \a \f \v \e \777 and all non-alnum chars represent themselves, esp. \" \' \ \? \! \% \( \) \[ \] \{ \} etcetera. most importantly the doublequote itself can be escaped. but be also informed that the usage of \' and \" is not portable as some systems preferred to map [\'] into ["]. Here I use the experimental addition to map [\q] to ["] and [\i] to [']