Why no RE match of A AND B?
tim.one at comcast.net
Wed Mar 5 03:16:27 CET 2003
[Anders J. Munch]
> It's [regexp intersection] useful in combination with complement ("it's
> a .*day but not a Sunday").
If that's the use case, it's more an argument for adding a difference
operator (like R-S = the strings matched by R less the strings matched by
> But then complement is probably too spooky for most people.
Python has negative lookahead assertions now -- but I'm not sure I've ever
seen them used <wink>.
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