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package org.drools.builder.conf;


An Enum for ProcessStringEscapes option. drools.parser.processStringEscapes = <true|false> DEFAULT = true When parsing a DRL file, drools will by default process the String escapes and convert them into the appropriate character. For instance, if drools find a "\n" inside a String, drools will convert that into a single new line character. If you want that to show up as the two characters BACK_SLASH+N, you need to escape the SLASH: "\\n", the same way you do in Java files. This is different, though, from what happened in Drools 4. Drools 4 never processed String escapes, making it impossible to encode special characters into Strings. But, if for any reason, you need the Drools 4 behaviour when parsing files, just set this option to NO (false).
    
    YES(true),
    NO(false);

    
The property name for the process string escapes option
    public static final String PROPERTY_NAME = "drools.parser.processStringEscapes";
    
    private boolean value;
    
    ProcessStringEscapesOptionfinal boolean value ) {
        this. = value;
    }
    
    
    public String getPropertyName() {
        return ;
    }
    
    public boolean isProcessStringEscapes() {
        return this.;
    }
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