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Re: Regexp: How to match in middle but not the ends?

by explorer (Chaplain)
on Jul 28, 2006 at 20:36 UTC ( #564455=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Regexp: How to match in middle but not the ends?

You said the solution...

my $string = '---LL--C----LCSH-------CSHL-------LCSLH-------LCCHLSHCL- +---'; # I want to loop through these strings and # find maximal sets of two or more of the capital letters # that do not begin or end with L while ($string =~ /([CSH][CSHL]*[CSH])/g) { print "$1, "; } __OUTPUT__ CSH, CSH, CSLH, CCHLSHC,


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