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2018-02-16 14:13 GMT+02:00 albertmcchan <>:
> I post this about a month ago.  I've found a simple lpeg re pattern for above
> It can handle "repeated" separactor too, say, "(.*)andand(.*) too.
> pat = re.compile( "{ (.(g <- &%z / .g))* } %z {.*}", { z = 'and' } )
> note: the loop never match the first position, but it is ok
> the second %z take care of of text with %z up front.

Just remind me ... since `lpeg` and `re` are packages you need
to load into Lua, and standard Lua comes with a string library,
why on earth would you want to do things in `re` that Lua can
already do very well without it?