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RegEx why does this simple expression not work?  RSS feed

 
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Anyone see the 'obvious' reason why my ReEx of

^/[a-z]+/[a-z]+/[a-z]+$
allows
/some/text/here

But the RegEx of
^/[a-z]+/[A-Za-z0-9]+/[a-z]+$
does not allow
/some/Text123/here

Surely (by my understanding) all I'm doing is extending the a-z to allow
uppercase & numeric characters.
 
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OK forget it, it was/is working, it's just Eclipse being 'reliable'. A clean of my project and suddenly it seems the RegEx is a match!!!

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