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Re: o with ^ on top of it

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Subject: Re: o with ^ on top of it
Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2022 22:28:56 GMT

Here is a patch and also in the attachment (hopefully):

>From c7cb1e69ba2ff00d86509426efea7f56f1ec3198 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: 
>Bjarni Ingi Gislason <> Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2022 22:11:51 
>+0000 Subject: [PATCH] man7/regex.7: change "\o'o\(ha'"to a real character 
>"\(^o" (o  circumflex)    Use real accented characters instead of producing 
>them by overstriking the letter with the diacritic mark.  Signed-off-by: 
>Bjarni Ingi Gislason <> ---  man7/regex.7 | 6 +++---  1 file 
>changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)  diff --git a/man7/regex.7 
>b/man7/regex.7 index b32e177b4..459eb7b6a 100644 --- a/man7/regex.7 +++ 
>b/man7/regex.7 @@ -147,9 +147,9 @@ of all collating elements equivalent to 
>that one, including itself.  (If there are no other equivalent collating 
>elements,  the treatment is as if the enclosing delimiters  were "\fI[.\fP" 
>and "\fI.]\fP".) -For example, if o and \o'o\(ha' are the members of an 
>equivalence class, -then "\fI[[=o=]]\fP", "\fI[[=\o'o\(ha'=]]\fP", -and 
>"\fI[o\o'o\(ha']\fP" are all synonymous. +For example, if o and \(^o are the 
>members of an equivalence class, +then "\fI[[=o=]]\fP", "\fI[[=\(^o=]]\fP", 
>+and "\fI[o\(^o]\fP" are all synonymous.  An equivalence class may not\*(dg be 
>an endpoint  of a range.  .PP --  2.35.1

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