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... <tr> <td class="column">Battle:</td> <td>#7 in <a href='comp.asp?bID=234'>IV.44</a></td> </tr> ... #I can get the first part using: #[0-9]\sin #and the second part using: [IV]+\.[0-9]+ #is there a way I can concatenate these together #in the one expression whereby omitting the #superfluous link in between?
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