I can't figure out how to match a pattern with the following structure:

; <anything that is not the word "for" or ":="> :=

in one swoop. I can do it with two searches (first find ;, then search
in the substring starting just after the semicolon), but can it be done
with one regex?


'...; for i := ...' must not match the pattern;
'for ...; x := ...; for ...' must match the pattern.


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