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bug#49588: 28.0.50; (number-at-point) doesn't work with hex prefixes

From: Remington Furman
Subject: bug#49588: 28.0.50; (number-at-point) doesn't work with hex prefixes
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2021 13:25:05 -0700
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Thank you, Lars.

Yes, I would be happy to sign that paperwork.  Where can I find it?

Lars Ingebrigtsen wrote:
"Remington Furman" <remington@remcycles.net> writes:

(number-at-point) works as expected and returns 256 when the point is at
the "#" of "#x100".  It returns nil when the point is on "x", and 100

The following works as expected (though I don't suggest it's the best
possible implementation):
Thanks; I think that implementation makes sense, so I've added it to
Emacs 28 (with some test cases).

This change was small enough to apply without assigning copyright to the
FSF, but for future patches you want to submit, it might make sense to
get the paperwork started now, so that subsequent patches can be applied
speedily. Would you be willing to sign such paperwork?

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