Fundamentals of CS I (CS151 2001S) : Reference

Notation"..."
PurposeDenotes a string.
ProducesA string literal.
Examples
> "Hello"
"Hello"
> "Hello There"
"Hello There"
> "\""
"\""
Note
If you need a plain double-quote mark (also known as an
inches mark) in a string, prefix it with a backslash, as
in the example above.
See Also
  string

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