--output:--
["Hello world.  Hello moon.\nGoodbye world. Goodbye ", "moon.\n\nHello 
world.  Hello moon.\nGoodbye world. ", "Goodbye moon.\nThe end"]
49
48
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Hmmm...I'm having a problem getting the ending period while using the 
word boundary in the regex.  I guess that's because there is no start of 
a word after the ending period for the regex to match.  \s works:

data.scan(/.+?\s/m) do |word|


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