Index

A note on the digital index

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Symbols

" (double quotes), using regular expressions and, Quotation Marks and Regular Expressions
$ (dollar sign), end of line character, Metacharacters, Metacharacters
' (single quotes), using regular expressions, Quotation Marks and Regular Expressions
( ) (parentheses)
extended regular expressions, Extended Regular Expressions (egrep or grep -E)
precedence in regular expressions, Crafting a Regular Expression
subpatterns, Metacharacters
( ) parentheses, Metacharacters
* (asterisk) quantifier, Introduction to Regular Expressions, Metacharacters, Metacharacters
+ (plus) quantifier, Metacharacters, Metacharacters
extended regular expressions and, Extended Regular Expressions (egrep or grep -E)
- (dashes), indicating ranges, Metacharacters, Metacharacters
. (dot), Metacharacters, Metacharacters
> (redirects), grep Basics
? (question mark) quantifier, Metacharacters, Metacharacters
optional expressions, Extended Regular Expressions (egrep or grep -E)
[...] (character classes), Metacharacters, Metacharacters
[^...] (negated character class), Metacharacters, Metacharacters
\ (backslashes), Metacharacters, Metacharacters, Extended Regular Expressions (egrep or grep ...

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