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Mod_Rewrite rule help

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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Greetings!

I'm trying to write a custom rule that I can't seem to figure out.

Example:

http://domain/sections/time/  ---> should go to http://domain.com/#/sections/time/

http://domain/sections/time/invoices  ---> should go to http://domain.com/#/sections/time/invoices

/sections/whatever/ ---> #/sections/whatever/

/sections/time/invoices/today/tomorrow/ --->  #/sections/time/invoices/tomorrow/

I don't know how deep the folders will get... basically just wanting to add a pound sign in front of anything that's in /sections/.

Please help!
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