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If you want more examples, simply read the perldocs! You can find them in the Library if you don't have them on your own machine (although you should since you have Perl, ...right?) :)

Andy Summers

In reply to Re: Re: Re: RE: Quantifiers in regular expressions by bladx
in thread Quantifiers in regular expressions by root

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