Multi line regex by default?

For some reason I thought that to have a multiline regex, /m needed to
be used, but…

“a\rb” =~ /a.b/
=> 0

???
-rp

On 2010-01-29, Roger P. [email protected] wrote:

“a\rb” =~ /a.b/
=> 0

\r doesn’t break lines, \n does.

-s

\r doesn’t break lines, \n does.

Oh ok thanks!
-r

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