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A regexp constant is a regular expression description enclosed in
slashes, such as
/^beginning and end$/. Most regexps used in
awk programs are constant, but the `~' and `!~'
matching operators can also match computed or "dynamic" regexps
(which are just ordinary strings or variables that contain a regexp).
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