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October 10, 2008, 23:53


In #9, there is a regex pattern: " *\(.\{6,\}\)\n". However, after being understandablificated, it becomes "\(.\{6,\}\)@/" (the space-star at the beginning is lost). It is wrong, since it doesn't remove extraneous space at the beginning of the line, and hence doesn't right-align.

Also, it looks like 4 dashes in the explanation were accidentally merged into an über-dash. 8=]

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