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- Reinhard Glauber
January 17, 2006, 8:38 pm
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- Gunnar Hjalmarsson
January 17, 2006, 9:57 pm
Re: Search Question
No, but it is hoped that people would spend 10 minutes trying to
find the answer on their own before asking hundreds/thousands
of people around the world about it.
Perl's regular expressions are documented in
It is also hoped that you would not ask hundreds of people to bother
explaining parts that you _do_ already understand.
Which parts do you not understand?
dot (.) matches any character.
asterisk (*) matches zero or more of the previous thing.
\n matches a newline.
(?: ) does grouping, like parenthesis, but without triggering memory.
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