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Command Reference: escape

Escape or unescape input

Description

escape takes input from either STDIN or the parameters and returns the same data, escaped.

!escape does the same process in reverse, where it takes escaped data and returns its unescaped counterpart.

Usage

Escape

<stdin> -> escape -> <stdout>

escape string to escape -> <stdout>

Unescape

<stdin> -> !escape -> <stdout>

!escape string to unescape -> <stdout>

Examples

Escape

» out (multi
» line
» string) -> escape
"multi\nline\nstring\n" 

Synonyms

See Also

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