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[PATCH] [patch #7514] Bug in perlop regex explination

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From:
Casey West
Date:
April 28, 2003 10:17
Subject:
[PATCH] [patch #7514] Bug in perlop regex explination
Message ID:
20030428172206.GK62281@geeknest.com
http://rt.perl.org/rt2/Ticket/Display.html?id=7514

The explanation is wrong, and there was a random right parentheses
hanging around.

  Casey West

-- 
"DOS addresses only 1 Megabyte of RAM because we cannot imagine any
applications needing more."
 -- Microsoft, 1980, on the development of DOS

--- perl-current.orig/pod/perlop.pod    Mon Mar 17 20:40:36 2003
+++ perl-current/pod/perlop.pod Mon Apr 28 13:14:44 2003
@@ -1666,7 +1667,7 @@
 
 In the RE above, which is intentionally obfuscated for illustration, the
 delimiter is C<m>, the modifier is C<mx>, and after backslash-removal the
-RE is the same as for C<m/ ^ a s* b /mx>).  There's more than one 
+RE is the same as for C<m/ ^ a \s* b /mx>.  There's more than one 
 reason you're encouraged to restrict your delimiters to non-alphanumeric,
 non-whitespace choices.
 

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