Regular Expressions question, was about abbreviations
I would like to learn how to apply this in other situations,
Could you give a brief explanation of what is happening here? Why the double letters in brackets?
To take Kevin’s issue, would [gg][dd] g d solve the ham radio model issue?
Thanks for your help in understanding this.
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[sS][tT]\.?\s(\w+)\s[sS][tT]\.? Saint \1 Street
[sS][tT]\.?\s(\w+)(?!\s[sS][tT]\.?) Saint \1
[Tt][Vv][Ss] Tee Veez
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