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Re: character sets as they relate to “Raw” string literals for elisp

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: character sets as they relate to “Raw” string literals for elisp
Date: Wed, 06 Oct 2021 16:54:16 -0400

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  > > Such ugly writing style where an en dash is not separated from the
  > > nearby words by whitespace makes the Info manual less readable.

  >      As a last resort, if you had buffers with content which were not
  >   associated with any files, or if the autosave was not recent enough to
  >   have recorded important changes, you can use the ‘etc/emacs-buffer.gdb’
  >   script with GDB (the GNU Debugger) to retrieve them from a core
  >   dump–provided that a core dump was saved, and that the Emacs executable

How exactly did you obtain that text?  That ought to be an em-dash,
written in Texinfo source as `---'.  Normally Texinfo represents an
em-dash in ASCII output with two dashes, not just one.  It would be
`...from a core dump-–provided that a core dump...'

Dr Richard Stallman (https://stallman.org)
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