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.(*FAIL) or (*F) is a synonym for (?!), and it allows you to force a matching failure at a specific point in the regex.
(*FAIL) or (*F) is a synonym for (?!), and it allows you to force a matching failure at a specific point in the regex.
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'{0}' found at index {1}
'{0}' encontrado en la posición {1}
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(*ANY) makes it so that any unicode newline character or sequence thereof counts as a line break.
(*ANY) makes it so that any unicode newline character or sequence thereof counts as a line break.
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(*ANYCRLF) makes it so that either a carriage return character or a line feed character, or the two in sequence are considered a line break.
(*ANYCRLF) makes it so that either a carriage return character or a line feed character, or the two in sequence are considered a line break.
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(*CR) makes it so that only a carriage return character is considered a line break.
(*CR) makes it so that only a carriage return character is considered a line break.
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(*CRLF) makes it so that only a carriage return character followed by a line feed character is considered a line break. Common in Windows documents.
(*CRLF) makes it so that only a carriage return character followed by a line feed character is considered a line break. Common in Windows documents.
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(*FAIL) or (*F) is a synonym for (?!), and it allows you to force a matching failure at a specific point in the regex.
(*FAIL) or (*F) is a synonym for (?!), and it allows you to force a matching failure at a specific point in the regex.
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(*LF) makes it so that only a line feed character is considered a line break. Common in UNIX documents.
(*LF) makes it so that only a line feed character is considered a line break. Common in UNIX documents.
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(*LIMIT_MATCH=x) where x is the number of times the regex engine is allowed to call match(). This user set limit cannot be increased past the compile time value or the default, however it can be restricted.
(*LIMIT_MATCH=x) where x is the number of times the regex engine is allowed to call match(). This user set limit cannot be increased past the compile time value or the default, however it can be restricted.
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(*LIMIT_RECURSION=d) at the start of a pattern will limit the regex engine to 'd' number of recursions when matching. This user set limit cannot be increased past the compile time value or the default, however it can be restricted.
(*LIMIT_RECURSION=d) at the start of a pattern will limit the regex engine to 'd' number of recursions when matching. This user set limit cannot be increased past the compile time value or the default, however it can be restricted.
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(*MARK:NAME) or (*:NAME) is used to track how a match was arrived at. Name is always required, but it doesn't need to be unique. When used in conjunction with the /K modifier, pcretest can return the mark together with a successful match.
(*MARK:NAME) or (*:NAME) is used to track how a match was arrived at. Name is always required, but it doesn't need to be unique. When used in conjunction with the /K modifier, pcretest can return the mark together with a successful match.
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(*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.
(*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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.(*FAIL) or (*F) is a synonym for (?!), and it allows you to force a matching failure at a specific point in the regex.
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