Philip Oakley wrote:
> "=" and "<>" I can easily understand (binary choice), but ">" and "<" will
> need to be clear which way they indicate in terms of matching
> the "[ahead N]" and  "[behind M]" options.

The ">" corresponds to ahead, while "<" is behind. You'll get used to
it pretty quickly :)
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