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Date:Author/owner:Title:Node type:
2005-06-11 ciderpunx $J$A$P$H Obfu
2003-11-24 Anonymous Monk Re: Re: using split without $junk Re:SoPW
2003-11-24 davido Re: Re: Re: using split without $junk Re:SoPW
2003-11-24 jeffa Re: Re: using split without $junk Re:SoPW
2003-11-24 davido Re: using split without $junk Re:SoPW
2003-11-24 dragonchild Re: using split without $junk Re:SoPW
2003-11-24 LTjake Re: using split without $junk Re:SoPW
2003-11-24 Limbic~Region Re: using split without $junk Re:SoPW
2003-11-24 Anonymous Monk using split without $junk SoPW
2001-08-23 domm my $japh='first'; Obfu
2000-10-29 ybiC RE: (2) YES! I do ($jcwren eq "old fart") Re:SoPW

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[erix]: the main question is whether repeating groups get captured. I thought they did but it looks they do not.
[erix]: or they probably get overwritten when the repeating is done
[erix]: I'd better split by union/intersect/ except and submit the resulting parts to a simple regex

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