Searching with Regular Expressions
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For advanced users.
 
A regular expression is phrase or formula, representing a pattern. A regular expression allows you to search in an extremely flexible way for the occurence of certain strings within articles and nodes.
 
An everyday example of a regular expression is the usage of the wildcard character * when searching for files.

For instance, when using the phrase *.txt during a file search, you have used a simple regular expression to locate text files.
In other words, in this example, the regular expression *.txt represents all files having a name ending in .txt.
 
Please note that regular expressions are case-sensitive by default.
 
For more information on regular expressions, introductions, tutorials, reference, please see
www.treepad.com⁄support⁄regular_expressions⁄
 
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