Kyle Schmitt wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 1:51 PM, Kyle Schmitt <kyleaschmitt / gmail.com> 
> wrote:
>> When you've got to build up some large regular expressions, this can
>> be a godsend, especially when revisiting code you haven't looked at in
>> awhile.
>>
>> --Kyle
> 
> Scratch that, not thinking clearly!  This is to match startswith OR
> codered, not necessarily both.
> 
> Still, I maintain that this is a way of staying sane with complex 
> regexes :)

Alright. thanks for the tip. I was just thinking...what is the 
regexpression for starts with anyway? I don't know..I figured maybe I 
could use union with the starts with expression and then just grab that 
value.
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