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Can I use backreferences in LINE_BREAKER?

Paolo_Prigione
Builder

I want to group consecutive lines starting with the same pattern. I know the TRANSACTION command can be used as well, but having it already indexed correctly would be very handy...

Something like

LINE_BREAKER = ([\n\r]+)((\S+\s+){4}).*([\n\r]+\2.*)*

Thanks,
Paolo

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Paolo_Prigione
Builder

Complete silence, let's tag this as impossible 😉

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Paolo_Prigione
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Complete silence, let's tag this as impossible 😉

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