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Jan. 14, 2015, 09:48 PM
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Thanks for all the info. I had forgotten that setting it for all sites wouldn't work for urls already in the list. It's going to take a bit more study as I seem to have difficulty with matching language concepts.

An example: After looking at the matching language page, I would have said that "[^/]+" only means match a run of anything that's not "/". I don't see where the "OR nothing" comes in. It would seem that "[^/|]+" would be the way to say anything that is not "/" OR nothing -- similar to "(www.|)" meaning match "www." OR nothing.

Your explanation of "[^/]++" makes much more sense than what's on the matching language page, so hopefully I've got the distinction between + and ++.

With respect to URLs, what's the advantage of using "[^/]" instead of "(^/)" ? Doesn't the second one also include "anything that's not "/"?
And I'm probably missing what shoud be obvious, but why should the forward slash not be matched?
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RE: Your browser is no longer supported. - zoltan - Jan. 14, 2015 09:48 PM

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