Perl Crash Course: Basic Regular Expressions

Basic Regular Expressions for Perl

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  1. Very nice. Although if I can contribute: You may want to make some distinctions regarding the ‘.’ since, without any modifiers to the regular expression (which you do not yet discuss), it will not match “n”.

  2. Whoops. I see you actually did mention the ‘.’ not matching newlines in the examples but the line “. Match any character” doesn’t. That’s the one I meant.

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