Roger Pack wrote:
> Question.
> Currently I am somewhat of a novice to regex's.
> For example, I can't remember what \d means versus \D -- which one is a
> digit, and which one isn't?

> Thanks.
> -r

Roger,

After you play with it for awhile, it starts to follow a fairly 
consistent pattern.  :)

Usually, a capital implies a negation.. for example
\D  <- NOT a number
\S  <- NOT a space(like) character
\W  <- NOT a word character..

etc..
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