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Re: ant/JakartaOroRegexp multiline question Dan Urbano Fri Nov 18 11:09:33 2005

I want to finish this thread up in case other people want to find out
whether this ended up working or not.

Thank you Daniel for the help.  I ended up using the following (excluding
the quotes) in ant.

"^LOOK FOR ME//s+AND ME"

I used //s+ since the text files I am parsing could contain both "/r" and
"/n".

Again, thank you.

Daniel

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From: "Daniel F. Savarese" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Date: 11/17/2005 05:54PM
Subject: Re: ant/JakartaOroRegexp multiline question


I wrote:
>You need to account for the newline because $ and ^ are zero-length
>positional expressions (i.e., put \n between the $ and the ^).  Keep

I forgot to add that the the $ and ^ are redundant once you put the \n in
between them, so you should use ^LOOK FOR ME\nAND ME$ as the expression.

daniel

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