>> why do you have an \ in ['\"] ?['\"] is equal to ['"]
>> - what does ?: mean? you use it twice, is that Perl?That is correct.
> "?" means the entity can happen once or not at all.
> https? matches http and https.
But question mark followed by colon in a regex construct (?:something)
has another meaning.
(option1|option2) is alternation construct that matches either "option1" or
and what it matched will be saved into a variable that can be acceced by
(?:option1|option2) is again alternation construct that matches either
"option1" or "option2"
but what it matches is not saved into any variable and can not be accessed
later by mother application.
In regex terminology (something_here) is called "capturing parenthesis"
and (?:something_here) is called "non-capturing parenthesis".
I guess you like me re-telling the manual from www.powergrep.com more than
reading it in original.
Btw www.regular-expressions.info is also a great resource by the same
- Did anyone try to run Xenu with Sandboxie? Does it work? I'm thinking
about mentioning it on my web page so that paranoid people can use Xenu