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Regular expression - count newline characters

 
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I have a requirement to count the number of newline characters in a varchar2 field in Oracle.
The catch is if the line starts with characters 'SS' it should be ignored in the count.

E.g.: -


should return the count as 3

Is there a way to do this using regular expression ?
 
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