Generate a Simple Regular Expression with RegexMagic

See how you can easily generate a regular expression that matches a number between 42 and 2552 without dealing with the cryptic regex syntax.

You can find this example in RegexMagic's help file under RegexMagic Examples|RegexMagic Patterns|Integer.

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