|Given an input string like this:
Some text containing % complete and not much else
If I use a regex of \bcomplete\b I can find the whole word complete just fine. What I want to do is find % complete. I've tried \b% complete\b and \b\% complete\b and \b\x25 complete\b and other variations I can think of but I can never get it to select % complete. Does anyone know if it's possible to do it and how? I can find nothing anywhere that says % cannot participate in an expression.
I've tried two different apps, such as RegexBuilder and RegexBuddy but I can't get it working in either. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
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