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Regex Tutorial - Literal Characters and Special Characters

... You can use special character sequences to put non-printable characters in your regular expression. Use \t to match a tab character (ASCII 0x09), \r for carriage return (0x0D) and \n for line feed (0x0A). More exotic non-printables are \a (bell, 0x07), \e (escape, 0x1B), \f (form feed, 0x0C) and \v (vertical tab, 0x0B). Remember that Windows text files use \r\n to terminate lines, while UNIX text files use \n. ... [full article] (19 views)
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"among other things find how to handle non-printable chars e.g. ctrl+X" - mf
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