El 31/03/2006, a las 14:37, Hrvoje Niksic escribió:

"*" matches the previous character repeated 0 or more times.  This is
in contrast to wildcards, where "*" alone matches any character 0 or
more times.  (This is part of why regexps are often confusing to
people used to the much simpler wildcards.)

Therefore "www-*" matches "www", "www-", "www--", etc., i.e. Scott's
interpretation was correct.  What you describe is achieved with the

Are you sure that "www-*" matches "www"?

As far as I know "www-*" matches "one w, another w, a third w, a hyphen, then 0 or more hyphens". In other words, "www", does not match.


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