Docs: Correcting section on how to escape quotes in strings.

The behavior for single and double-quotes is different--I expanded
this section to note how they differ.

(New version of a Gerrit CL I abandoned because of a commit mess-up.)

See first comment for doc stage location.

bug: 19959941
Change-Id: I417546a473f0ebe76a6e4102b87883a85365ac26
diff --git a/docs/html/guide/topics/resources/string-resource.jd b/docs/html/guide/topics/resources/string-resource.jd
index cbfa82e..743e692 100644
--- a/docs/html/guide/topics/resources/string-resource.jd
+++ b/docs/html/guide/topics/resources/string-resource.jd
@@ -401,19 +401,35 @@
 format and style your string resources.</p>
-<h3>Escaping apostrophes and quotes</h3>
+<h3 id="escaping_quotes">Escaping apostrophes and quotes</h3>
-<p>If you have an apostrophe or a quote in your string, you must either escape it or enclose the
-whole string in the other type of enclosing quotes. For example, here are some stings that
-do and don't work:</p>
+  If you have an apostrophe (<code>'</code>) in your string, you must either
+  escape it with a backslash (<code>\'</code>) or enclose the string in
+  double-quotes (<code>""</code>). For example, here are some strings that do
+  and don't work:
-&lt;string name="good_example">"This'll work"&lt;/string>
-&lt;string name="good_example_2">This\'ll also work&lt;/string>
+&lt;string name="good_example">This\'ll work&lt;/string>
+&lt;string name="good_example_2">"This'll also work"&lt;/string>
 &lt;string name="bad_example">This doesn't work&lt;/string>
-&lt;string name="bad_example_2">XML encodings don&amp;apos;t work&lt;/string>
+    &lt;!-- Causes a compile error -->
+  If you have a double-quote in your string, you must escape it
+  (<code>\"</code>). Surrounding the string with single-quotes does
+  <em>not</em> work.
+&lt;string name="good_example">This is a \"good string\".&lt;/string>
+&lt;string name="bad_example">This is a "bad string".&lt;/string>
+    &lt;!-- Quotes are stripped; displays as: This is a bad string. -->
+&lt;string name="bad_example_2">'This is another "bad string".'&lt;/string>
+    &lt;!-- Causes a compile error -->
 <h3>Formatting strings</h3>