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Escape Sequence

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An escape sequence is a series of characters in a string literal that are interpreted in a special way. Escape sequence begin with the backslash character in Ruby, and are used to either denote special meaning to the following character (for example, \n denotes a newline) or remove special meaning from the following character.

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