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hello everyone, i'm trying to do something weird in boost regex, i need to get characters "repeated times backreference" !!
i.e "3 abc" , "10 abcdefghij" ....
any ideas ?

ps: i tried {\\2} but it did not work !! :(
Feb 24 '07 #1
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