The underlying Regular Expression library (QRegExp) does not support the use of a '?' to define if a repetition is greedy or lazy, but this property may be set for each RegExp use. The regexminimal statement will set the behavious for all statements using regular expressions until the termination of the program. The default value is false specifying the “greedy” nature.
a$ = "abcdefgabcdefgabcdefg" regexminimal false print midx(a$,"e.*g") regexminimal true print midx(a$,"e.*g")
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