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20291Re: [Clip] triple consonants

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  • Don - HtmlFixIt.com
    Feb 1, 2010
      Can you break that down for us?
      \g is ... something out of the prior group?
      So any time you have two of the prior in a row (will it however mix and
      match or does \d insist on it being the SAME letter?

      As to figuring it out months later John, I alway leave a comment that
      explains what it does ...

      > This seems to do the trick for me:
      > ^!Replace "([flmnprt])(\g1)\g1" >> "$1$2" WARIS
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