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Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2010 20:12:39 +0300
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: insert 2 letters from start to end of word.

On Sat, Mar 27, 2010 at 05:52:13PM +0100, wrote:
>  With the following rules  A[0-9A-Z],th,
> As you can see even when the end of word is reached, the rule continue 
> to suffix both words with 'th'.
>  How can I do ? 
>  I just want : test -> thtest ->  tethst -----> testth  
>  and 
>  maximus -> thmaximus -> mthaximus -> mathximus -----> maximusth
>  This rules must work for each word found in my wordlist (each word has 
> a different length of course).

You can use:

>\r[00-9A-Y] A\p0[0-9A-Z]"th"

This will avoid producing the duplicates, however it will make JtR
"freeze" for a while when it is going through the rules that require
words longer than those actually found in your wordlist.  So you may
want to use fewer rules, supporting not-so-long words only:

>\r[00-9A-C] A\p0[0-9A-D]"th"


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