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Near and in "encao" and "encape", fixed formatting and slightly reworded some text.

Apollia authored on10/03/2018 21:08:09
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 Similar to how the word "enfold" means "to surround as if with folds" (quoted from [https://www.dictionary.com/browse/enfold?s=t](https://www.dictionary.com/browse/enfold?s=t) ) - "encape" could mean something like "to surround as if with a cape".
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-I chose the word "encape" because:
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+<br>I chose the word "encape" because:
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 * Putting a backslash behind a character to encape (escape) it is kind of like giving that character a cape - a garment which constantly trails behind the wearer.
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 [https://www.dictionary.com/browse/cape?s=t](https://www.dictionary.com/browse/cape?s=t)
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-<br>* The word "encape" is similar to "escape", and used in context, it's easy to guess that it's meant as an alternate word for "escape".
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+<br>* The word "encape" is similar to "escape", and when you see it in context, it's easy to guess that it's meant as an alternate word for "escape".
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 For example, "encape a string" instead of "escape a string".
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 <br>* It reminds me of superheros, since many of them wear capes. :-)
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-**Execpath** - What I call the confusingly-named $PATH environment variable, which lists folders containing software you can execute just by opening a console window and typing that software's filename, or symfilename.  Then, that software will execute regardless of your current working directory.  I call any folder listed in $PATH an execpath folder.
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+<br>**Execpath** - What I call the confusingly-named $PATH environment variable, which lists folders containing software you can execute just by opening a console window and typing that software's filename, or symfilename.  Then, that software will execute regardless of your current working directory.  I call any folder listed in $PATH an execpath folder.
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 **Fiol** - Something which is either a file or a folder.
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