On 2 Oct 1998, Jason L Tibbitts III wrote:
> Requires stateful processing of the entire header. You can do things like
> this already, using multiple lines, but not all in one expression.
Sounds like perl is kinda crippled in this regard, then; couldn't sed or
awk do it?
> Now, just how would I use this to compare address? Show me all users on
> the list with To: containing, umm, what? It doesn't seem to apply. We're
> looking at simplified pattern matchers, not a header matching language.
Show me all users on the list with To: containing "att." unless To:
contains "worldnet.att.net". That is, all AT&T subscribers who are not
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