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'PME' is a C++ wrapper around the PCRE library designed to emulate Perl regular expression in both syntax and behaviour. Its Perl-like regex modifiers (imsxUg), backreference access, substitutions with backreference access in the replacement string, and splits are all similar to their Perl counterparts. It has been optimized for simplicity and ease of use.
released on 25 May 2004
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 17 May 2005.
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