Package: grep / 2.20-4.1

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--- a/doc/grep.in.1
+++ b/doc/grep.in.1
@@ -818,7 +818,7 @@
 is not special if it would be the start of an invalid interval
 specification.
 For example, the command
-.B "grep\ \-E\ '{1'"
+.B "grep\ \-E\ \(aq{1\(aq"
 searches for the two-character string
 .B {1
 instead of reporting a syntax error in the regular expression.
@@ -858,7 +858,7 @@
 For example, if
 .B GREP_OPTIONS
 is
-.BR "'\-\^\-binary-files=without-match \-\^\-directories=skip'" ,
+.BR "\(aq\-\^\-binary-files=without-match \-\^\-directories=skip\(aq" ,
 .B grep
 behaves as if the two options
 .B \-\^\-binary\-files=without-match