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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I believe multipliers are not allowed in the look ahead/behind syntax as they can make the confirmation match much to broad.

    In a search and replace scenario, I use sets to identify the targets so (?<=bc*)d would work like (?<=b)(c*)(d) if you identify your change onto $2 [assuming that c*($1) was not intended to change]

    $1newcontent

    This wouldn't work with a style change.

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