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jrudd at UCSC.EDU
Tue Feb 18 22:08:42 GMT 2003
> From: Scott Adkins <adkinss at OHIO.EDU>
> --On Tuesday, February 18, 2003 1:47 PM -0500 Denis Beauchemin=20
> <Denis.Beauchemin at USHERBROOKE.CA> wrote:
> > Your mods gave an error... I corrected it by removing the "." in all
> > occurrences of "EMAILBUCKS.COM".
> What if you put a backslash in front of it? The "." has special meaning
> in regular expressions (meaning, "match any character in that position").
> >> body EMAILBUCKS.COM /emailbucks.com/i
I think you misunderstood what he's saying.
He didn't say remove the dot from the regular expression, he said remove
the dot from the RULE name. So it would look like:
body EMAILBUCKSCOM /emailbucks.com/i
Though, yes, it would also be a good idea to escape the . in the regular
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