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Thank you for the tips. The URI Unfortunately, Email::Find chokes on those complex URIs containing usernames in those cases. Example output from that module:
An email address is <a href="mailto:foo-master@bar.com">foo-master@b +ar.com</a>, but this http:<a href="mailto://foo@bar.com">//foo@bar.com</a>/ and this ftp://foo:<a href="mailto:baz@bar.com">baz@bar.com</a>/ are not emails.
I wonder if one would have to copy some Email::Find code and modify it with a negative zero-width look-behind for (ht|f)tp:// ?

(p.s. my apologies for the unfinished node title! I got caught up with the code.)


In reply to Re: using Email::Find and URI::Find by Kozz
in thread Look-behind regex to by Kozz

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