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Subject: [linux-help] Regexp question
From: Jesse Kaufman <glandix@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 17:24:56 -0600 (EST)
Reply-to: linux-help@xxxxxxxxx

Ok, I'm trying to get a regexp working to do the following:

match anything that does not match /foobar.* and return it (ie: using
"()"'s)...  how would someone go about negating an entire regexpression
(if that's what you'd call it..)?


"/foobar/blah" would match the above
"/foobar" would match the above
"/test" would not, and "/test" would be returned


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