I am struggling combining a negative lookahead assertion
@! with the very magic specifier
I have a buffer with this content
<div class='vvv'>abc</div> <div class='ttt'>abc</div>
and I want to search for all classes except vvv. I can do this like so
This finds the second line (
class='ttt'), as expected. Yet, when I try to search with the very magic modifier:
the search finds both classes. I had wrongly assumed these searches to be equivalent. Why are they different?