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From: Robert Mathews (rmathews_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-28 16:37:08
I was trying to write "Match everything *except* Bar".
I wrote this:
bool aResult = boost::regex_match(L"Foo", boost::wregex(L"[^(Bar)]"));
This doesn't match. But if I wrote the same thing in Perl, it does work, ie:
print "match\n" if( "Foo" =~ "[^(Bar)]");
It looks a lot like sets can't contain subexpressions in boost::regex ... is
that really true?
Is there some other way to write the same thing?
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