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                           README: library "Sexplib"
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   A line comment is introduced using a semicolon, which comments out all text
 up to the end of the next newline character. The sequence '%;' introduces an
-S-expression comment. This means that the next S-expression following this
-two-character sequence will be ignored. Whitespace or other comments between
-this sequence and the subsequent S-expression are ignored.
+S-expression comment. This means that the next S-expression, which must be
+syntactically correct and may be an atom (quoted or unquoted) or list,
+following this two-character sequence will be ignored. Whitespace or other
+comments between this sequence and the subsequent S-expression are ignored.
+Block comments are opened with '#|' and closed with '|#'. They can be nested
+and require that double-quotes within the block balance and contain
+syntactically correct OCaml-strings, similar to quoted atoms. These
+OCaml-strings may contain comment characters without causing parsing problems.
   
 
 4.2  Grammar of S-expressions
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