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    Hmm...Maybe, but strong and em are always better...

    Hmm...Maybe, but strong and em are always better than b/i which are presentational markup.
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    Not bad, but you are very limited if you don't...

    Not bad, but you are very limited if you don't use regular expressions. They can be confusing, but are well with. As an example, I put together how to do this with regular expressions. It supports...
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