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Karoffe

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`-` (not greedy) and `+` (greedy) tell the expression to accept 0/1 or more characters, which match `.` (every character). You have to use the not-greedy operator, because it could "eat" the characters beyond the `(` too.

Edit: `-` matches 0 or more characters (matches the shortest sequence - not greedy), `+` matches 1 or more characters (matches the longest sequence - greedy)

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