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Regular expressions in Ruby with special characters

if you already know you're always splitting on the same character, you can just provide the character as a string:

   > "John Doe+123456".split('+')  #
no regular expression needed
   => ["John Doe", "123456"]

or if you have to use a regular expression, then escape the + with a :

   > "John Doe+123456".split(/+/) #
using a regular expression; escape the +
   => ["John Doe", "123456"]

last not least, here is another way to do this:

   > "John Doe+123456".scan(/[^+]+/)
# find all sequences of characters which are not a
   => ["John Doe", "123456"]

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