Re^3: Substituting a comma only when it is preceded and followed by a bracketby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on Nov 02, 2011 at 17:39 UTC||Need Help??|
The specification is unclear in this regard.
I think the specification is very clear and has all the appearance of being thorough. I took it to be so.
Whilst is doesn't mention that there won't be nested parens, it also doesn't mention that the commas might one of the Unicode variants (eg.(U+060C)). Either would be a significant fact worthy of mention.
For example, what would you do with commas inside the outer parens, but outside the inner ones?
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