According to the documentation a word is "a sequence of alphanumerics" along with whatever is specified as "Global Options - Editing - Extra Word Characters". Yet when using the "Go to Next Word" and "Go to Previous Word" functionality a word is always treated in a hard-coded manner as a set of non-space characters. Similarly the "Select Next Word" and "Select Previous Word" always treats a word in the same manner as a set of non-space characters.
|Submitted||eldienerlee - 2013-07-21 - 23:44:17z||Assigned||nobody|
|2013-07-22 - 00:24:02z
|I believe "alphanumerics" needs to be defined (at least) on a character encoding specific
basis. In Unicode, for example, it should probably default to the regular expression
I'm not sure whether ZWJ and ZWNJ would count as word-forming
The definition in some of the ISO 8859-N encodings would differ as well, and presumably Big5 etc. etc.
|2013-11-14 - 09:53:35z
|Word chars are defined differently in different languages, in most of them it is alphanumeric, but it can also include _ and other chars. Did you encounter a problem ?|