First, let me say that this is one of the best explanations of a regex that I have seen.
Now, can anyone give a good example of 1 or 2 lines that would match and 1 or 2 that would NOT match?
Allow me to reword and provide a possible match example:
Match a line with at least one underscore (if more than one, the following applies ONLY to the LAST underscore) that is both preceeded AND followed by at least one character.
No Match: I_love_perl!_
Am I right?
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