They're virtually identical
Except that my pattern matching is (slightly) different.
As I said, I don’t know why the original code wasn’t working (except for the off-by-one error). At best, the use of \r\n in the pattern match may be a red herring, in which case it will be useful to “eliminate it from our inquiries” (I read too many whodunnits). At worst, it may be introducing some bug which live4tech will find is fixed in my version.
It will be interesting to find out.
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