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2. Literal Characters
3. First Look at How a Regex Engine Works Internally
4. Character Classes or Character Sets
5. The Dot Matches (Almost) Any Character
6. Start of String and End of String Anchors
7. Word Boundaries
8. Alternation with The Vertical Bar or Pipe Symbol
9. Optional Items
10. Repetition with Star and Plus
11. Use Round Brackets for Grouping
12. Use Round Brackets for Grouping
13. Regex Matching Modes
14. Atomic Grouping and Possessive Quantifiers
15. Lookahead and Lookbehind Zero-Width Assertions
16. Testing The Same Part of The String for More Than One Requirement
17. Finding Matches Only Inside a Section of The String
18. Continuing at The End of The Previous Match
19. If-Then-Else Conditionals in Regular Expressions
20. Adding Comments to Regular Expressions
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