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parv at pair.com
Sat Jan 20 21:41:46 UTC 2007
in message <op.tma17juchbloih at xml.opera.com>,
wrote applecom at inbox.ru thusly...
> On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 07:15:34 +0500, Parker Anderson
> <baka.rob at gmail.com> wrote:
> >Is there a certain match you are trying to pattern? From the
> >looks of it, [ch]* would match a similar set of characters, but
> >it isn't as strict about which pattern they should be in.
> I need 'some[^[.pattern.]]' working, i.e. matching 'some' if it
> isn't followed by 'pattern'. Curiously that seems there isn't
> additional information about it somewhere except the page you've
I missed the beginning of the thread, but in case you are|can use
perl, following use of zero-width negative look-ahead assertion will
match 'some' that is not followed by 'pattern' ...
See perlre(1), "(?!pattern)" section (& around it) for details.
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