Can dictionary keys really be "anything"?

The wiki entry for Dictionaries states:


Dictionary names start with a alphabetic character, followed by any number of alphanumeric, space or underscores. Dictionary names are case insensitive.

Key names can be anything, although leading and trailing white space is stripped off. Key names are case insensitive.


I'm trying to use a key name that contains a forward slash, e.g. this/name, but it seems that only the first part "this" is actually being used by KM.

So the question is: can they really be anything?

My mistake: the key I'm using that includes a slash does in fact work as expected. It's just my brain that lets me down sometimes! Sorry for the erroneous post.

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No problem, I was surprised but had not gotten around to actually testing it yet.