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NAME

       regsub -

 SYNOPSIS
       regsub ?switches? exp string subSpec varName
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 DESCRIPTION
         string  exp string  varName ( re_syntax ) string  varName string  exp
       subSpec subSpec ``&''``\0'' string  exp  subSpec ``\n'' n  1  9  string
       n  exp   subSpec ``&''``\0''``\n'' subSpec  Tcl  subSpec  subSpec

        regexp  - :

       -all       string  exp   -all``&''``\n''

       -expanded      (expanded) (?x)  (see METASYNTAX, below).

       -line          '[^'   '.''^''$'  -linestop   -lineanchor   (?n)    (see
                      METASYNTAX, below).

       -linestop      '[^''.'     (?p) (see METASYNTAX, below).

       -lineanchor    '^''$'() (?w)  (see METASYNTAX, below).

       -nocase   Upper-case characters in string will be converted  to  lower-
                 case  before  matching  against  exp;  however, substitutions
                 specified by subSpec use the  original  unconverted  form  of
                 string.                                                       |

       -start index                                                            |
                 '^'     \A   index index

       --         -  exp

        regexp

 SEE ALSO
       regexp(n), re_syntax(n)

 KEYWORDS
       match, pattern, regular expression, substitute

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       2001/10/27

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