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7.1 GNU Regex Functions

If you're writing code that doesn't need to be compatible with either POSIX or Berkeley UNIX, you can use these functions. They provide more options than the other interfaces.

7.1.1 GNU Pattern Buffers  The re_pattern_buffer type.
7.1.2 GNU Regular Expression Compiling  re_compile_pattern ()
7.1.3 GNU Matching  re_match ()
7.1.4 GNU Searching  re_search ()
7.1.5 Matching and Searching with Split Data  re_match_2 (), re_search_2 ()
7.1.6 Searching with Fastmaps  re_compile_fastmap ()
7.1.7 GNU Translate Tables  The `translate' field.
7.1.8 Using Registers  The re_registers type and related fns.
7.1.9 Freeing GNU Pattern Buffers  regfree ()


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