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A: Adding spaces between the regular expressions delimiters should do the trick: $ regex_1 = "^(.+/)([^/]+)$"; $ regex_2 = "([^/]+)$"; $ link_1 =~ m{ $regex_1 }m; $ link_2 =~ m{ $regex_2 }m; Test it here: And this pattern in Perl: my $regex_1 = "^(.+/)([^/]+)$"; my $regex_2 = "([^/]+)$"; my $link_1 = $1; $link_1 =~ m{ $regex_1 }m; my $link_2 = $2; $link_2 =~ m{ $regex_2 }m; Q: Best way to build a multiple-page form from scratch? I want to build a multi-page form. If a page has many, many fields (all with ), and many (like 20+) textboxes, what is the best way to build this? I'd want to be able to click a button (or press enter) and have it go to the next page, and I'd like to be able to check (in a controller) that the user is at page 5, rather than at 4, if they press enter. Note that I want to be able to do this for 20+ textboxes, and a ton of other fields, all created using . I could obviously just create lots of pages (I already do this in my code), but that is not ideal. A: You could use AJAX to load additional pages on the fly. Here is a tutorial on AJAX and ASP.Net MVC and an example. jQuery AJAX Forms If you would like something that's built in, there is FormHelper. Here is a sample on how to use it. Research Interests Recent papers This paper is based on the notion of reconfigurable communication system, which investigates the performance of a linear orthogonal space-time-frequency code design under a changing environment. Firstly, a new class of error vectors is introduced




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