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For example, to find words starting and ending with d use \sd\S+d\s.
Regular expressions are by default case sensitive.
To do a case insensitive search, put the expression between // and add i after them.
For example, to look for both How and how as words, enter: /\show\s/i
The * and + regular expression operations will normally find their longest matches.
To find the shortest matches, use *? and +?.
The regular expression . will not match a new line, but [^] will.
For example, ,[^]+?, will find the shortest sequences between two commas,
even ones the go across the ends of lines.
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