Yes, and don't forget the Vertical Tab. I don't have any standards at
hand, but a simple program compiled on SunOS Release 4.1.3 (together
with data from ``man ascii'' and A2.5.2 from K&R's C manual (ANSI
version)) gives the following result:
HT ^I '\t' (0011) isspace
NL (LF) ^J '\n' (0012) isspace
VT ^K '\v' (0013) isspace
NP (FF) ^L '\f' (0014) isspace
CR ^M '\r' (0015) isspace
SP ' ' (0040) isspace
Can't strop use the ctype functions? At least Python will behave then
exactly like a C program would do.
You could perhaps string.py be automatically generated from a C program
that reflects that same ``local taste'' (if it would differ anyways from
what's defined in some standard).
> Feedback, please!
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