Sebastian Hungerecker wrote:
> Ivan V. wrote:
>> I'm trying to create a Regexp object by calling eval like this:
> 
> I'm sorry, but why don't you just do regexp=Regexp.new(your_string) ?

Because I didn't thought about that and I'm a complete newb regarding 
Ruby and Regexp (in general), as pointed out by David's correction (the 
'^' is for the start of the string, not the end - thanks!).

Thanks a lot :)

- Ivan V.

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