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On 30 August 2012 09:56, Anne Wainwright <> wrote:
> Note that \s is whitespace, \S is non-whitespace, ie it includes any
> letters and puntuation which is why, I assumed, that it was used in the
> example regex. A bit of a catchall, standing for 'Jones' in this
> example.

You're right: my mistake. Sorry.

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