re: Daily Challenge #103 - Simple Symbols VIEW POST

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re: \w generally includes the underscore, which is why I used the explicit character class.
 

That's a good point. I figured I'd use \w since nothing in the challenge indicated that the characters need be only alphabetical, but obviously you could just as easily sub in [a-zA-Z] or whatever fits the use case.

I interpreted “The string will be composed of + and = symbols with several characters between them.” as only +, = and letters. 😀

That definitely makes the most sense, given the examples. I really appreciate you reaching out to clarify - definitely want to make sure I'm accurately hitting objectives.

I'm just assuming either, but at least this is turning into a good lesson on how requirements get confused between whoever plans them and developers 😉

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