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Mon Aug 2 21:36:48 CDT 2004
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\{n,m\}
\{n,\}
\{n\}
Matches the single character regular expression or subexpression immediately
preceding it at least n and at most m times. If m is omitted, then it
matches at least n times. If the comma is also omitted, then it matches
exactly n times.
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n is the typical metasyntactic variable for indicating some arbitrary
number. It makes sense to use it here. Then, 'at most m times'. Thus, think
most, think m.
Or it could just be that m is right to the right of n on a qwerty
keyboard...
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Shawn Wagner
shawnw at speakeasy.org
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