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Bengali (Bangladesh)
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Chinese (Simplified)
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Chinese
当正则引擎从(*PRUNE)或(*PRUNE:NAME)处进行回溯,匹配将终止。可用于想在回溯到某点时进行切断。例子中本应匹配双方,但因为有(*PRUNE),就不会回溯并进行后一个分支的匹配了。
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Czech
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Dutch
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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French
(*PRUNE) ou (*PRUNE:NAME) entraînera l'échappement de l'expression régulière si elle essaie de revenir en arrière après sa position. Cela permet d'interrompre le retour en arrière à des points précis de l'expression. L'exemple ci dessus retournerait normalement une correspondre des deux termes, mais (*PRUNE) empêche le second d'être retourné.
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Hebrew
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Italian
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Japanese
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Persian
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Polish
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Portuguese (Brazil)
(*PRUNE) ou (*PRUNE:NAME) causará a saída da expressão regular se ela tentar um backtrack além da sua posição. Isto é útil quando se deseja restringir o backtracking em pontos específicos da expressão regular. O exemplo acima normalmente iria corresponder ambos termos, mas devido ao (*PRUNE) a segunda alternativa não é acionada.
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Romanian
(*PRUNE) sau (*PRUNE:NAME) face ca motorul regex să se oprească dacă încearcă să se întoarcă înapoi, înainte de poziția actuală. Acesta este folositor când încerci sa previi backtracking-ul la puncte specifice în șablon. Exemplul de mai sus ar returna ambele ca rezultate valide însă din cauza că (*PRUNE) a fost specificat, a doua alternativă nu a fost considerată.
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Russian
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Spanish
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Swedish
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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Turkish
(*PRUNE) or (*PRUNE:NAME) will cause the regex to exit if it tries to backtrack past its position. This is useful when looking to cut down on backtracking at specific points in the regex. The example above would normally match both terms but due to (*PRUNE) the second alternative is not acted on.
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