Regular Expressions 101

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# Keys are pretty much "any text before the '=' symbol" (?P<key>[^=]+) # Match the '=' symbol = (?P<value> # Lazy match .*? # Look-ahead (don't move the "regex cursor", just "peek forward") (?= # Match a '_' that has no other '_' between it and the '=' character, or... _(?=[^_=\n]+=) | # ... or the end of the line $ ) ) # Actually "consume" the '_' character if it exists (or just match the end-of-line) (?:_|$)
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