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Everybody asks this sort of question. I had a quick look on the link in the “welcome” post, and the book seemed to be in the format, “lesson 1”, “lesson 2”, “lesson 3”, which made me think it was aimed at beginners at regexes. I note the first few lessons appear to be very short; are the remaining lessons just as short?
Not that I know a lot about regexes myself, and I have forgotten most of what I learnt.
 
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