A special character is defined as a character with codepoint 160 to 255. You will be given an input which is a string of characters with codepoints 0 to 255, at most one of which is a special character. The input will consist of a prefix of zero or more characters, a quoted string, and a suffix of zero or more characters. If there is a special character in the quoted string you should output a truthy value, otherwise a falsey value.
- The characters
"'are considered quotes.
- Inside the quoted string, a backslash
\will be used to escape the following character. In the prefix and suffix, it has no special meaning.
- Quotes will always be balanced.
- There will only be one quoted string.
"Hello, World¡" true "Hello, World"¡ false "Hello' Wo\"rld\\"¡ false ab"cd\"ef\\gh\i\\"£ false \"foo¡" true