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Dnia 2013-10-28, o godz. 00:24:38
Brian Barker <> napisał(a):

That's because your original question was not at all clear!  (You owe 
it to correspondents not to waste their time.)

I disagree. The question was perfectly clear. "Backreference" is
one of basic terms in regular expressions theory. If you ask about
regexpes, you may safely assume that your peers knows what
"backreference" means.
In the same way, when you ask about databases, you don't explain what
SQL is.

Statement in parentheses applies to both sides - the one asking the
question as well as people who answer it.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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