Is it possible to use @ before string in gdscript instead of double back slash in string (like C#)?

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:bust_in_silhouette: Asked By q4a

Or maybe there is something similar?
In my case
@"\\servername\share\folder" - C# string looks better
"\\\\servername\\share\\folder" - then gdscript

:bust_in_silhouette: Reply From: wombatstampede

If you are talking specifically about file names then read here:

Path delimiter

Godot only supports / as a path delimiter. This is done for
portability reasons. All operating systems support this, even Windows,
so a path such as c:\project\project.godot needs to be typed as