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<?php

// The 2 is an example of backreferencing. This tells pcre that
// it must match the second set of parentheses in the regular expression
// itself, which would be the ([w] ) in this case. The extra backslash is 
// required because the string is in double quotes.
$html "<b>bold text</b><a href=howdy.html>click me</a>";

preg_match_all ("/(<([w] )[^>]*>)(.*)(</2>)/"$html$matches);

for (
$i=0$icount($matches[0]); $i++) {
  echo 
"matched: ".$matches[0][$i]."n";
  echo 
"part 1: ".$matches[1][$i]."n";
  echo 
"part 2: ".$matches[3][$i]."n";
  echo 
"part 3: ".$matches[4][$i]."nn";
}
?>
 
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