> Ehh... no. How would you implement an if-statement then?
I thought I could have build a regexp that allow you to specify a default
value of a subset if it was not matched...
and it seems there is no way then!

Thanks Renze.

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> > Sort of yes....
> > I thought it can be done with the /e modifier!
>
> Well... the /e modifier is used. But you have a different problem,
> you're matching over multiple lines. That's what the /m modifier is
> for.
>
>
> > Can't it be done with pure RegExps?
>
> Ehh... no. How would you implement an if-statement then? You could
> use the very simple pure regexps if you don't also want to
> match/replace the www.some.thing. If you only want to replace the
> URL's that start with the protocol, then you can use the pure
> regexps. If not... to bad, you'll need /e.
>
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