It also uses surrogate pairs--5 hex digits requires curly brackets.
In JSON "\u1F606" is the same as "^(1F60)6".
Thanks for the clarification though I'm now puzzled as to why JSONlint.conm validates
It's still valid.
There's no end delimiter-it's just the character followed by a 6.
Like Red's "^(1F60)6" -- which is why Rebol/Red get's it right :)
Very nice Chris. I remember enjoying R-forces articles at my beginning. CodeConsious was the second one.
Thanks for doing that Chris. Wonderful memories of Allen and Rebol Forces.
Thanks a lot Chris!
I have a product running 8 years 24/2 at a local physicians group over the local region. No problems. It's a mini-HIE (health information exchange between clinic emr and surgery emr which were not designed to work with each other. I did it in cmd-skd-2.7.6 but I want to go to 2.7.8 if posible. I was reading the pages, and I have my license. If someone has something good past 2.7.6 I would apreciate a ping.
oops sorry wrong group, youzer
Thanks Chris ! Hope to find the REBOL documentation project.
That's excellent Steven! Congratulations on reaching 100.
Congratulations Steven! Lots of useful scripts there.
I'm especially keen to get contributions from anyone that lives in the northeastern US (or southeastern Canada...). I'm fairly sure there's enough of us around here to have a wee bit of a community ongoing, would be good to meet some of you (and those I have already met) this summer.
I would love to go to that but we have multi-day multi-thousand-dollar family vacation, a year i the planning, starting right about that time. It would indeed be fun to see who all these people are.
Understood. I had a sense that the date might not work for everyone. Where are you based?