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[REBOL] parse or Re:(5)

From: jeff:rebol at: 20-Sep-2000 18:03

Howdy, Joel:
> Notice that now the result block has only TWO elements! > Since the first test (the thru {.^/} part) can succeed by > grabbing text all the way to the end of the SECOND > paragraph, >it does so, putting the first two paragraphs > into the first >output string. I assumed that this is NOT > what you wanted, >but rather you wanted to copy through > either {.^/} or {."^} >WHICHEVER COMES NEXT. (Natural > language text munching is a >real pain, speaking from > personal experience! ;-)
Sure. In the interests of advancing its popularity, I offered up a simplistic example of PARSE. :-) Paragraphs can end in a variety of punctuation ("!?.-;:), with different quantities (as Russ pointed out), no? -jeff