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Nov 19, 2013 ... A regular expression (abbreviated “regexp” or sometimes just “re”) is a search-
string with wildcards – and more. It is a pattern that is matched ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... The EmacsLisp code is read by the so-called reader before the regular
expression is compiled by the regular expression library. The elisp ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Multi-line regular expressions would require Emacs to skip backwards multiple
lines and see if any of the multi-line regular expression match.
Aug 24, 2013 ... This command aligns the current region using a column delimiter given by a
regular expression. For example, assume we want to align ...
Sep 19, 2013 ... 'M-r' – Toggle between regular-expression searching and literal-string searching.
'M-e' – Pause to edit the search string. Searching is disabled ...
Sep 24, 2013 ... Maintain BannedHosts, BannedContent and BannedRegexps to ban hostnames,
IP numbers, or page content using regular expression.
Dec 9, 2013 ... Everything else is a regular expression. If the regular expression is followed by #
a comment, this is used as the explanation when a user is ...
Aug 30, 2012 ... In layman's terms, they are used to decide whether a string matches a regular
expression. The “tagged” part means that the NFA can do ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... This command asks for a regular expression and a replacement string. Then it
starts from point, looking for all strings matching the regular ...
The command, 'C-c C-w' can yank the current regular expression to the KillRing?.
As of Emacs 23, it does so as a string, reglardless of the current syntax you are ...