F. Summary of all Regular Expressions
Regular expressions are based on POSIX EREs (Extended Regular Expressions).
Regexps are composed of characters. Here is a short-list of them all:
- matches the character c (assuming c is none of the characters
- matches the literal character c.
- matches any character.
- matches the beginning of a string.
- matches the end of a string.
- matches any of the characters abc... (character list).
- matches any character in the character class keyword.
Allowable classes are
- matches the multi-character collating element.
Gcal does not currently support collating symbols.
- matches any of the equivalent characters in list.
Gcal does not currently support equivalence classes.
- matches any character except abc... (negated resp.
complemented character list).
- matches either r1 or r2 (alternation).
- matches r1, and then r2 (concatenation).
- matches one or more r's.
- matches zero or more r's.
- matches zero or one r's.
- matches r (grouping).
- matches at least n, n to any number, or n to m
occurrences of r (interval expressions).
- matches the empty string at either the beginning or the
end of a word.
- matches the empty string within a word.
- matches the empty string at the beginning of a word.
- matches the empty string at the end of a word.
- matches any word-constituent character (alphanumeric characters and
- matches any character that is not word-constituent.
- matches the empty string at the beginning of a buffer(81).
- matches the empty string at the end of a buffer.