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Found 38 nodes roughly between 2015-07-04 and 1999-10-04 (searched 100.00% of DB).


where title contains "a-zA-Z"

Date:Author/owner:Title:Node type:
2008-07-12 NodeReaper Reaped: Re^3: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2005-09-30 Roger_B Re^2: /^[^A-Za-z0-9 ]*$/ Re:Obfu
2005-09-30 deep submerge Re: /^[^A-Za-z0-9 ]*$/ Re:Obfu
2005-09-30 ambrus Re: /^[^A-Za-z0-9 ]*$/ Re:Obfu
2005-09-29 Roger_B /^[^A-Za-z0-9 ]*$/ Obfu
2004-03-21 dvergin Re: leaving only [a-zA-Z0-9] Re:SoPW
2004-03-21 neniro Re: Re: Re: leaving only [a-zA-Z0-9] Re:SoPW
2004-03-21 Happy-the-monk Re: Re: leaving only [a-zA-Z0-9] Re:SoPW
2004-03-21 neniro Re: leaving only [a-zA-Z0-9] Re:SoPW
2004-03-21 BrowserUk Re: leaving only [a-zA-Z0-9] Re:SoPW
2004-03-21 TriggerDunpoe leaving only [a-zA-Z0-9] SoPW
2003-10-14 Anonymous Monk Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-14 nevyn Re: Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-13 dragonchild Re: Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-13 mshiltonj Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 delirium Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 dragonchild Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string (Don't use a regex!) Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 tilly Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 davido Re: Re: Re: Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 Anonymous Monk Re: Re: Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 davido Re: Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 Anonymous Monk Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 Anonymous Monk Re: Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 jeroenes Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 davido Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 Anonymous Monk Re: regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string Re:SoPW
2003-10-12 heezy regex: only want [a-zA-Z] and comma chars in a string SoPW
2003-01-09 parv change/limit already existing file names to [-_.0-9a-zA-Z]+ Code
2001-10-12 belden Re: Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 thinker Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 George_Sherston Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 virtualsue Re: Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 Masem Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 Zaxo Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 pjf Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 dws Re: randomly generating A-Za-z Re:SoPW
2001-10-12 princepawn randomly generating A-Za-z SoPW
1999-10-07 faq_monk How can I match a locale-smart version of <CODE>/&#091;a-zA-Z&#093;/</CODE>? perlfaq

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