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    vertcioffi
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    When I search for a lower case or uppercase letter after a quote, I do not find what I expect with the following two regular expressions
    “[a-z] or “l

    If the file contains the single line “Regular” and I use either of the above two regex, the find command will highlight “R, which it should not. Am I doing something wrong in the regex, or is this a bug in the regex engine?

    Matthew

    #6750

    Yutaka Emura
    Keymaster

    vertcioffi wrote:
    When I search for a lower case or uppercase letter after a quote, I do not find what I expect with the following two regular expressions
    “[a-z] or “l

    If the file contains the single line “Regular” and I use either of the above two regex, the find command will highlight “R, which it should not. Am I doing something wrong in the regex, or is this a bug in the regex engine?

    Matthew

    I guess you will have to check “Match Case” check box before you earch for [a-z] or l.

    #6769

    vertcioffi
    Participant

    Thanks, checking off the match case works, along with use regular expression. I am used to working in a UNIX environment where case sensitivity is the norm. In UNIX, when I use regular expressions, I must use an option to make case insensitive.
    Matthew 🙂

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