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Found 50 nodes roughly between 2017-05-24 and 2013-10-06 (searched 11.25% of DB).


where title contains "\n"

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2017-02-14 flowdy Re^4: Split string using regex on \n or max line length Re:SoPW
2017-02-14 Anonymous Monk Re^2: Split string using regex on \n or max line length (updated x3) Re:SoPW
2017-02-10 choroba Re^2: Split string using regex on \n or max line length (updated x3) Re:SoPW
2017-02-10 haukex Re^3: Split string using regex on \n or max line length Re:SoPW
2017-02-10 flowdy Re^2: Split string using regex on \n or max line length (updated) Re:SoPW
2017-02-10 flowdy Re: Split string using regex on \n or max line length Re:SoPW
2017-02-10 haukex Re: Split string using regex on \n or max line length (updated x3) Re:SoPW
2017-02-10 Anonymous Monk Split string using regex on \n or max line length SoPW
2016-12-23 tye Re: Removing multiple trailing comment lines from a string (\n) Re:SoPW
2016-06-07 tye Re^4: Perl regex. Why does this happen? (^\S\n) Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 AnomalousMonk Re^4: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 choroba Re^2: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 Eily Re^3: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 AnomalousMonk Re: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 AnomalousMonk Re^2: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 Anonymous Monk Re: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 kennethk Re: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 Eily Re: Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n"; Re:SoPW
2016-01-05 vlturner Forgot variable syntax for $var = funct() or "Funct failed\n" / Any experience with is_hostname() SoPW
2015-11-21 tye Re^3: Example of inconsistent regex matching (\n\s+\n) Re:SoPW
2015-10-11 kcott Re^5: Is there a way to open a memory file with binmode :raw? ("\n") Re:SoPW
2015-10-11 tye Re^4: Is there a way to open a memory file with binmode :raw? ("\n") Re:SoPW
2015-09-21 Laurent_R Re: Transforming "\r\n" to '\012\015' Re:SoPW
2015-09-21 Anonymous Monk Re: Transforming "\r\n" to '\012\015' Re:SoPW
2015-09-20 RichardK Re: Transforming "\r\n" to '\012\015' Re:SoPW
2015-09-20 Anonymous Monk Re: Transforming "\r\n" to '\012\015' ( octal escape encode pack implode ) Re:SoPW
2015-09-20 LanX Re: Transforming "\r\n" to '\012\015' Re:SoPW
2015-09-20 AnomalousMonk Re: Transforming "\r\n" to '\012\015' Re:SoPW
2015-09-20 stevieb Transforming "\r\n" to '\012\015' SoPW
2015-07-22 tye Re: \s matches newline in regex? ([^\S\n]) Re:SoPW
2015-06-08 Anonymous Monk Re^3: Why multiline regex doesn't work? ( ^$\n? anchors are "string location assertion") Re:SoPW
2014-10-10 duelafn Re: (dont want) split to autoremove "\n"'s Re:SoPW
2014-10-10 Athanasius Re: (dont want) split to autoremove "\n"'s Re:SoPW
2014-10-10 endurocross (dont want) split to autoremove "\n"'s SoPW
2014-08-20 NetWallah Re: how to split file by two new lines (\n\n) and convert it into array Re:SoPW
2014-08-20 Cristoforo Re: how to split file by two new lines (\n\n) and convert it into array Re:SoPW
2014-08-20 kchavan how to split file by two new lines (\n\n) and convert it into array SoPW
2014-06-05 Lotus1 Re^2: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 perlfan Re: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 Red Viper Re^2: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-05 wjw Re: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-04 no_slogan Re: why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl Re:SoPW
2014-06-04 Red Viper why does -e work and not \n on strawberry perl SoPW
2013-10-07 Lennotoecom Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 Athanasius Re^2: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 jwkrahn Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 Athanasius Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 Lennotoecom Re: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 tinita Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW
2013-10-06 smls Re^3: Iterator to parse multiline string with \\n terminator Re:SoPW

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[1nickt]: chacham I have wanted to, and dones so, and so stated in a reply, and been roundly downvoted 2-1. (I assume for attempting to censor.)
[1nickt]: pryrt yes, I see. There is no way to differentiate without forcing to a string and all sort of weird stuff. It is enough. User 42 can get creative if s/he wishes.

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