Code Inspection: Escaped meta character
Reports the escaped meta characters, e.g.
\.. Some RegExp coding styles specify that meta characters should be placed inside a character class, to make the regular expression easier to understand. For example the regex
\d+\.\d+ would be written as
\d+[.]\d+. This inspection does not warn about the meta character
^, because those would need additional escaping inside a character class.
New in 2017.1
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