I think he was trying to say you should take a look at the manual 
regarding regular expressions.

Once you get to the part that explains what [^ ] actually does you see 
how obvious the answer is.

However, the synical reply from LuC isn't correct.

To match the dot character (.) you should use escape it like this: \.
Otherwise the dot will match any character for it's a 'wildcard' and the 
result of your replace will be empty.



>>Try thinking?
>Don't be a jerk.

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