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remove unneeded backslashes from manual

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@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ from.
2. Copy the 'waxeye' directory to where you wish to install it.
-3. Add the 'bin/waxeye' binary to your search path. e.g. If you have `\~/bin` in
+3. Add the 'bin/waxeye' binary to your search path. e.g. If you have `~/bin` in
your PATH and installed waxeye to '/usr/local/waxeye' then you might do the
following.
@@ -198,7 +198,7 @@ The most common non-terminal type is the tree constructing non-terminal. A tree
constructing non-terminal has the following form:
*******************************************************************************
-'Name' `\<-` '+expressions'
+'Name' `<-` '+expressions'
*******************************************************************************
Where 'Name' matches `[a-zA-Z] *[a-zA-Z0-9_-]`.
@@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ Matches any character from the input.
===== Literal =====
-`\'text\'`
+`'text'`
Matches `text` in the input.
@@ -299,7 +299,7 @@ Puts 'e' within a closure.
===== Plus =====
-`\+`'e'
+`+`'e'
Puts 'e' within a plus-closure.
@@ -406,11 +406,11 @@ using the 'pruning' non-terminal type. This non-terminal type has the following
form:
*******************************************************************************
-'Name' `\<=` '+expressions'
+'Name' `<=` '+expressions'
*******************************************************************************
When 'Name' has successfully parsed a string, one of three things will happen,
-depending on the number of results to be included from 'Name'\'s expressions.
+depending on the number of results to be included from 'Name''s expressions.
* If there are no expression results to be included, nothing new will be added
to the AST.
@@ -503,7 +503,7 @@ A
| b
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Input: `\(((b)))`
+Input: `(((b)))`
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A
@@ -525,7 +525,7 @@ A <= :'(' A :')' | B
B <- 'b'
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-This time, parsing the input `\(((b)))` gives us a much shorter tree.
+This time, parsing the input `(((b)))` gives us a much shorter tree.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
B
@@ -550,8 +550,8 @@ extend until the end of the line.
==== Multi-line ====
-Multi-line comments are opened at the first `/\*` outside of an atomic
-expression and closed with a `\*/`.
+Multi-line comments are opened at the first `/*` outside of an atomic
+expression and closed with a `*/`.
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