Re: newbie: Strings and RegExp

From: Diego V. [mailto:[email protected]]

However here you are using /mo instead of /m. What does the extra o
mean? And where can I read more about this topic? I’ve checked on the
Pragmatic Programmer book (the one online) but I can’t find
any info on

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