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Nothing wrong with that. If I need the last 4 characters, or the first
3, I use substr. If I need to test if a string has a substring, I use

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Re: Perl RegExp question

K> What if you don't know what the title is exactly in an .avi file?
K> That is, you know that it's the first word(s) of the file name but
K> nothing more?

Assuming you're talking about TV shows, try (it's completely open and has a
developer API).

Another approach is, if you can's match any known shows, ask for a name
and add it to the show list, then save the list.  So the list grows as
you encounter more shows.


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