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is for patterns specifying search or replace strings. Also known as `regex` or `regexp`, the patterns describe strings to match when searching or replacing. Emacs provides extensive support for `regex` patterns in many commands. Emacs also provides an interactive expression builder for such patterns.

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Converting a subversion repo to git, and setting up an authors file. I'm running query-replace-regexp on this text: E001234 using this regexp: ^\(.*\)$ -> \1 = Some Lowercase Text Here <email@exam …
asked Feb 24 '15 by scottplumlee
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I wrote a bad bit of elisp when trying to do a query-replace-regexp. The text to replace was like this: * list item And I wanted it to be * List item My query-replace-regexp match was written a …
asked Dec 17 '14 by scottplumlee