Javascript examples for RegExp:Quantifier

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- RegExp ? Quantifier, matches any string that contains zero or one occurrences
- RegExp * Quantifier, matches any string that contains zero or more occurrences
- RegExp + Quantifier, matches any string that contains at least one
- RegExp {X,Y} Quantifier, matches any string that contains a sequence of X to Y n's. X and Y must be a number
- RegExp {X,} Quantifier, matches any string that contains a sequence of at least X n's. X must be a number.
- RegExp {X} Quantifier, matches any string that contains a sequence of X n's. X must be a number.
- RegExp ?! Quantifier, matches any string that is not followed by a specific string n.
- RegExp ?= Quantifier, matches any string that is followed by a specific string n.
- RegExp $ Quantifier, matches any string at the end of it.
- RegExp ^ Quantifier, matches any string at the beginning of it.