suomi-englanti sanakirja

backslash englanniksi

  1. The mark \.

  2. (non-gloss definition)

  3. 2001, James T. Bretzke, ''Bibliography on East Asian Religion and Philosophy'', Edwin Mellen Press, (ISBN), page 455:

  4. (..) I was trying to find a web-site for which I had been given the following address: ''''. (..) I began to work backwards, removing first the last part of the address following the last backslash (''/korjournal.htm'').
  5. 2010, Lee Vance, ''The Garden of Betrayal'', Random House (2011), (ISBN), page 25:

  6. “So, do what I tell you. Open a browser window and type this in the menu(SI) bar: F-T-P colon backslash backslash euronews dot net backslash...”
    I pecked carefully at the keyboard as he dictated a URL that was about fifty characters long, (..)
  7. 2010, Frank Barnas and Ted White, ''Broadcast News Writing, Reporting, and Producing'', Fifth Edition, Elsevier, (ISBN), page 114:

  8. Also, avoid submenus(SI) that can confuse the audience—if you're giving lengthy Web site addresses full of backslashes, shorten it so only the Web site's home page is given.
  9. To escape (a metacharacter) by prepending a backslash that serves as an character, thereby forming an sequence.

  10. (l)