in reply to (code) One-liner parses ippl log for suspicious packets
A zero-width negative look-behind assertion.
For example `/(?<!bar)foo/' matches any
occurrence of "foo" that does not follow "bar".
Works only for fixed-width look-behind.
perl -ne 'print if /(?<!time)\(/' < ippl.log > ippl.noteworthy
The spec is broken
The doc is broken
The duck is broken
My keyboard is broken
My chair is broken
<Module name> is broken
perl is broken
The coffee machine is broken
My internet connection is broken
The world is stone
It's written in VB (Very Broken)
I wrote it using only a hammer
I'm an idiot
They just keep finding better idiots
It's not a bug, it's a feature
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