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I can't get #4 of the teacher's notes practice examples to work :) any help?
I can get "ladybug" to match with: [fl]ad[iy] ?[rb]ug!?
and "fading rug!" to match by just adding "ng" like this: [fl]ad[iy]ng ?[rb]ug!?
But I can't get both and I don't know why!
Steven Parker210,443 Points
The first regex doesn't allow "ng", and the second one requires it.
You could make both the "n" and the "g" optional. For example:
This is how I made it look for all the test strings in one Regular Expression.
ladybug ladybugs lady bugs lazy bug lazy lug lazy slug hazy slug fading rug!