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'{0}' znaleziono napod indeksiem {1}
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a year ago Alan New translation regex101/www - Polish
This POSIX equivalent of the "\b" word boundary is interpreted as
a year ago Alan New translation regex101/www - Polish
This flag tells the engine to ignore all whitespace and allow for comments in the regex. Comments are indicated by a starting "#"-character. If you need to include a space character in your regex, it must now be escaped '\ '.
a year ago Alan New translation regex101/www - Polish
The DEFINE group is completely ignored by regex. It gets treated as a var name="value", whereas you can recall the specific pattern for use via its name. Multiple patterns can be defined in the same DEFINE group.
a year ago Alan New translation regex101/www - Polish
Sets the given position in the regex as the new "start" of the match. This means that nothing preceding the K will be captured in the overall match.
a year ago Alan New translation regex101/www - Polish
Note: for Python 2.7 compatibility, use ur{1}{2} to prefix the regex and u"" to prefix the test string and substitution.
a year ago Alan New translation regex101/www - Polish
Matches the capture group called "name". Capture group has to be named before \g is called. This is an alternative notation for \g'name' or \g<name>. Note that you cannot use curly brackets (?{name}a+) to name a capture group in PCRE
a year ago Alan New translation regex101/www - Polish
Matches the capture group called "name". Capture group has to be named before \g is called. This is an alternative notation for \g'name' or \g{name}
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