67521Re: Feature request: Regex "not identifier" character class.
- Dec 13, 2012So8res wrote:
> The \i and \k regex character classes are very useful, matchingRight, it's not easy to match the opposite of \i and \k.
> identifier and keyword characters respectively. You might think that
> \I and \K match non-(identifier,keyword) characters, but that is not
> what they do.
> As far as I can tell, there's no (easy) way in a regex to match
> non-identifier/non-keyword characters.
> I propose adding such character classes, potentially under the names
> \_i and \_k. I'm not entirely satisfied with those. Any other
> suggestions for names?
> (Alternatively, is there a way to do this that I couldn't find in the help?)
\_ is reserved for items including a line break.
Perhaps we can make a generic solution with \- meaning "the opposite
of". At least instead of finding the few characters that don't have a
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