Contributed by tedv
on Dec 08, 2000 at 05:48 UTC
> regular expressions
Suppose I have a string that matches /^(\~?.)*$/
and I want to split
it into each atomic piece
that would be matched by (\~?.)
. How would I
code such a regular expression for split
like to use lookbehind, crafting an expression that says,
"Split after every non-tilde character", but my O'Reilly
Regular Expression book says that perl doesn't support
lookbehind. Any suggestions?
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