Match succeeded at offset 14
0: rate 300000Kbit
I have tried with the PCRE_NOTEMPTY_ATSTART|PCRE_ANCHORED options for
pcre_exec() but to no avail (eg. 'no match').
About this I have two questions:
1) How can the /g option be added to pcredemo ?
2) In the case of the finding both rate and ceil values as with
pcretest above, how come the vector index is again at 0 for the ceil
value and, what would the 'unset' mean ? I presume that if I name
those substring (pcretest does not seem to observe naming substrings)
then I would simply retrieve by name and not really bother about
'unset' values and index values.
Thanks for any suggestions and comments.
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