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Sebastian Hungerecker wrote:
> Am Dienstag 14 Juli 2009 12:01:23 schrieb Axel Schmalowsky:
>> Trying the regexp /^[^,]*$/ fails with the code below:
>> [...]
>> Am I missing sth?
>
> Your code expects the regex to match if the string contains a comma and
not
> match if the string does not contains a comma. That's the opposite of what
> Justin's regex does and also the opposite of what the Sijo asked for.
> Also if the goal had been to have the regex match if there is a comma /,/
> would have sufficed as a regex.
> Also note that with your regexp your code outputs "string does not
contain a
> comma" for the string ",".
>
> HTH,
> Sebastian
>
Well, negative logic .. ;-)

This regexp matches correctly if the string consists only of a comma:

/(?>(?:\w+\s*)*(?=,))+/


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