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This is to award you some points for your help on the following question
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=perl&qid=10066458 
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ozo earned 150 total points
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Thank you.
(do you now want to address some of the other questions?)
like what happens if $search = '?*+)(?.'
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If you want to award points, you should grade the question.
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If you don't want to award points, you should reject the answer.
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