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    Default Regex in banlist

    Dude was asking about a protected-list of ip's , so I got a better idea.
    [04:13 PM] RyBack
    : @Razo[R]apiD: I have a better idea, regex. a ban list that can take a regular expression. Would be awesome !
    [04:20 PM] RyBack
    : but that's only supported in linux and c++11 ?
    [04:22 PM] RyBack
    : https://github.com/cesanta/slre this looks good


    So, what are the cons and pros ?

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    Honestly regex confuses the hell out of me. I've used it before in javascript, and it's just way too complicated for me.

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    It makes a difference if u get confused in reading than writing.
    but if regex is added it wont so hard to use. since an ip is basically a bunch of numbers with dots in between

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