Help with regular expressions and gsub

I need to use gsub in a large text. For example, I will like to search
for ‘car’ in this text.

“Lorem ipum car. Locar ipsum,

car lorem ipusum

.Lorem car ipsum”

I will like to put ‘bike’ instead of ‘car’. Exactly I need this words,
and not ’ bike ', for example. Also, I do not want to do ‘Lobike’ in
‘Locar’ (it should remain ‘Locar’).

I’ll appreciate any help.

could you use regular expresion??

On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 10:41 AM, John S. <
[email protected]> wrote:

I’ll appreciate any help.

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2009/4/17 Martin S. [email protected]

could you use regular expresion??

Hi guys,

you’re posting to the ror-es mailing list. The official language for
this
list is Spanish, so I’m gonna have to ask you to take the thread to
elsewhere (or switch to Spanish :wink:

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