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frustrated "No match on" regular expression


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[frustrated "No match on" regular expression]
attempt to filter "dsl.[many].pacbell.net
. . .any pointers?

/etc/procmailrc
# attempt at egrep regular expression to match 
# adsl-63-199-245-128.dsl.snd g02.pacbell.net [63.199.245.128]
VERBOSE = yes
:0
* ^Received:.*dsl+\.[-a-z0-9_]+\.pacbell+\.net
{
  LOG="(PacBell DSL)  "
  :0
  /zzPacbellDSL
}  
VERBOSE = no

/var/log/procmail.log
procmail: [11390] Sat Apr 17 13:57:12 2004
procmail: No match on "^Received:*dsl+\.[-a-z0-9_]+\.pacbell+\.net"
procmail: Assigning "VERBOSE=no"
From VYYGRGPXNXV@msn.com  Sat Apr 17 13:57:12 2004
  Folder: /var/spool/mail/frank                                         1307

/var/log/maillog
Apr 17 13:57:12 mailhost sendmail[11384]: i3HHv4Q11384: from=, size=883, class=0, nrcpts=1, msgid=<200404171757.i3HHv4Q11384@mailhost.justjones.org>, proto=SMTP, daemon=MTA, relay=adsl-63-199-245-128.dsl.snd
g02.pacbell.net [63.199.245.128]
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PREG_QUOTE(3)								 1							     PREG_QUOTE(3)

preg_quote - Quote regular expression characters

SYNOPSIS
string preg_quote NULL (string $str, [string $delimiter])
DESCRIPTION
preg_quote(3) takes $str and puts a backslash in front of every character that is part of the regular expression syntax. This is useful if you have a run-time string that you need to match in some text and the string may contain special regex characters. The special regular expression characters are: . + * ? [ ^ ] $ ( ) { } = ! < > | : -
PARAMETERS
o $str - The input string. o $delimiter - If the optional $delimiter is specified, it will also be escaped. This is useful for escaping the delimiter that is required by the PCRE functions. The / is the most commonly used delimiter.
RETURN VALUES
Returns the quoted (escaped) string.
CHANGELOG
+--------+--------------------------------+ |Version | | | | | | | Description | | | | +--------+--------------------------------+ | 5.3.0 | | | | | | | The - character is now quoted | | | | +--------+--------------------------------+
EXAMPLES
Example #1 preg_quote(3) example <?php $keywords = '$40 for a g3/400'; $keywords = preg_quote($keywords, '/'); echo $keywords; // returns $40 for a g3/400 ?> Example #2 Italicizing a word within some text <?php // In this example, preg_quote($word) is used to keep the // asterisks from having special meaning to the regular // expression. $textbody = "This book is *very* difficult to find."; $word = "*very*"; $textbody = preg_replace ("/" . preg_quote($word, '/') . "/", "<i>" . $word . "</i>", $textbody); ?>
NOTES
Note This function is binary-safe.
SEE ALSO
PCRE Patterns, escapeshellcmd(3). PHP Documentation Group PREG_QUOTE(3)

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