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REGEXP-OPT(1)	      User Contributed Perl Documentation	 REGEXP-OPT(1)

NAME
       regexp-opt - create a regexp matching all words in the command line

SYNOPSIS
       regexp-opt --debug --emacs --exact --pcre --posix --word	STRING
       [STRING...]

DESCRIPTION
       Creates a regular expression that will match any	of the words listed in
       the command line.  By default, POSIX extended regexp is created.

OPTIONS
       --debug
	   Enable debugging output.

       --emacs
	   Create Emacs	regular	expression.

       --exact
	   Create a regexp that	will match only	words appearing	at a line
	   alone.

       --pcre
	   Create Perl-compatible regular expression.

       --posix
	   Create POSIX	extended regular expression (default).

       --word
	   Create regexp for matching whole words.

AUTHOR
       Sergey Poznyakoff <gray@gnu.org>

perl v5.24.1			  2016-10-03			 REGEXP-OPT(1)

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