Tutorial by Examples: caret



If you need to use the ^ character in a character class (Character classes ), either put it somewhere other than the beginning of the class: [12^3] Or escape the ^ using a backslash \: [\^123] If you want to match the caret character itself outside a character class, you need to escape it: ...
To hide the blinking caret, you need to override caretRectForPosition of a UITextField and return CGRectZero. Swift 2.3 < public override func caretRectForPosition(position: UITextPosition) -> CGRect { return CGRectZero } Swift 3 override func caretRect(for position: UITextPositio...
The caret-color CSS property specifies the color of the caret, the visible indicator of the insertion point in an element where text and other content is inserted by the user's typing or editing. HTML <input id="example" /> CSS #example { caret-color: red; } Resources: ...
Most special characters can be escaped using the caret(^). Take a look at the following example. echo > Hi echo ^> Hi This first command would not output > Hi because > is a special character, which means redirect output to a file. In this case, the file is named "Hi" Ho...

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