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  • Named subpatterns are a feature that PCRE adopted from Python regular expressions.
  • In the PCRE library used by Safari.
  • Since version 5.0, NoteTab uses Perl Compatible regular expressions powered by PCRE.
  • ;Newline / linebreak options : When PCRE is compiled, a newline default is selected.
  • PCRE can use a large linearly ( not exponentially ) with the size of the input.
  • Few application using PCRE provide users with the means to apply this setting via an external option.
  • A good example of this is \ R, which had no special meaning prior to PCRE 7.
  • It is also slightly slower than PCRE for parenthetic capturing operations, but is much faster for matching in general.
  • The PCRE library provides matching only; the C + + wrapper, if used, adds multiple match and replacement functionality.
  • Note that the UCP option requires the PCRE library to have been built to include UTF-8 and Unicode property support.
  • Support for experimental backtracking control verbs ( added in Perl 5.10 ) is available in PCRE since version 7.3.
  • Perl uses the heap for recursion and has no hard limit for recursion depth, whereas PCRE has a compile time hard limit.
  • ;Backslash-R options : New in version 7.4 : When PCRE is compiled, a default is selected for what matches \ R.
  • Since version 8.10, matching of certain " normal " metacharacters can be driven by Unicode properties when the compile option PCRE _ UCP is set.
  • This will call out to an external, user-defined function through the PCRE API, and can be used to embed arbitrary code in a pattern.
  • While PCRE's documentation cautions that the " NoRecurse " build option makes PCRE slower than the alternative, using it avoids entirely the issue of stack overflows.
  • While PCRE's documentation cautions that the " NoRecurse " build option makes PCRE slower than the alternative, using it avoids entirely the issue of stack overflows.
  • The Backslash-R options also can be changed with external options by the application calling PCRE, when a pattern is compiled as well as when it is run.
  • As of Perl 5.10, PCRE is also available as a replacement for Perl's default regular expression engine through the re : : engine : : PCRE module.
  • As of Perl 5.10, PCRE is also available as a replacement for Perl's default regular expression engine through the re : : engine : : PCRE module.
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