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Author projetmbc
Recipients gvanrossum, projetmbc, valhallasw, vstinner, yselivanov
Date 2015-05-01.19:52:22
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But in that case, the official documentation should be updated because it
saids that string regex is  *'.*\\.txt\\Z(?ms)'*  and not  *'.*\\.txt$'*.

On the other hand, using this writing seems a bit strange. The 2nd one
should do the job.

*Christophe BAL*
*Enseignant de mathématiques en Lycée **et développeur Python amateur*
*French math teacher in a "Lycée" **and **Python **amateur developer*

2015-05-01 21:42 GMT+02:00 Merlijn van Deen <>:

> Merlijn van Deen added the comment:
> As far as I can see, the regex is correct:
> \Z
> Matches only at the end of the string.
> (?iLmsux)
> The group matches the empty string; the letters set the corresponding
> flags: (...)
>   - re.M (multi-line),
>   - re.S (dot matches all)
> See
> Do you have an example where the regex does not match a file it should
> match (or matches a file it shouldn't)?
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