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  • Frowning too!

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    • Maybe this should have been realized with the ac . and match . but matching appears to accept at least a subset of regular expression patterns. I'm not sure I've yet figured out a great use for this but things like take t[ou]+ will match toothlessrebel. The specific count modifier like to{2} doesn't seem to work. Brackets, dots, parenthesis, question marks, asterisks and addition signs all seem to work as expected. The patterns requiring a backslash, like \w don't seem to work either.

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