Two more wonderful notes.

Sporty, you're right. I will add more ex(ample|planation) in the next version. I also think this will increase the pleasure people will find when reading the article.

BrowserUk, yes, I agree with you. It's better not to tell what others SHOULD do or SHOULD NOT do, but that makes a less interesting text in my opinion.
But, as I already said, I will add examples in the next version.

Thank you for the useful comments and critics, and for the time you spent to help me.

I still welcome more comments.
Especially, I want to remention my wish to fill in the module and link gaps. I do know I can't expect you to do my work (for it is my work) but I would really like to see that someone finds the modules and pages I'd like to refer to.
Within a couple of weeks, I will be able to do that myself but for now I am stuck with a expensive dial-up connection (the phone company charges the phone ticks :( ).

Furthermore, I'd like to mention your names in a "word of thanks" chapter. By default, I assume you don't have problems with that but if you do, please let me know.

"2b"||!"2b";$$_="the question"

In reply to Re: [Try-out] Regexp do's and don'ts by muba
in thread Regexp do's and don'ts by muba

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