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      05-05-2005
I have a command like the following in multiple line with "\" operator:
-begin [yyy[xxx{xx}x]zz] -through [xxxxx \
xxxxxx\
xxxxx \
] -end [xxxxx [yy zz] {ww} \
xxxxx\
]

And I want to add some contents before and after the bracket [] if
has the keyword "begin" "end"

Hence, the results should look like
-begin +++++[yyy[xxx{xx}x]zz]+++++ -through [xxxxx \
xxxxxx\
xxxxx \
] -end +++[xxxxx [yy zz] {ww} \
xxxxx\
]+++


How to do this with the regular expression...
Thanks !!!

 
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