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Merge pull request #55 from daniel-s/master

typo in regexes.pod
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perlpilot committed Jun 4, 2011
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@@ -779,7 +779,7 @@ X<regex, zero-width assertion>
The word character after the comma is not part of the match, because it is in The word character after the comma is not part of the match, because it is in
a look-ahead introduced by C<< <?before ... > >>. The leading question mark a look-ahead introduced by C<< <?before ... > >>. The leading question mark
indicates an I<zero-width assertion>: a rule that never consumes characters indicates an I<zero-width assertion>: a rule that never consumes characters
from the matched string. You can turn any call to a subrule into an zero from the matched string. You can turn any call to a subrule into a zero
width assertion. The built-in token C<< <alpha> >> matches an alphabetic width assertion. The built-in token C<< <alpha> >> matches an alphabetic
character, so you can rewrite this example as: character, so you can rewrite this example as:
@@ -791,7 +791,7 @@ character, so you can rewrite this example as:
X<regex, negative look-ahead assertion> X<regex, negative look-ahead assertion>
An leading exclamation mark negates the meaning, such that the lookahead must A leading exclamation mark negates the meaning, such that the lookahead must
I<not> find the regex fragment. Another variant is: I<not> find the regex fragment. Another variant is:
=begin programlisting =begin programlisting

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