### Regular Expression - {} - matches custom numbers of the previous single expression

The curly braces ({}) match with a specified number or range of occurrences of the previous single expression.

• ={80} - A single number in the braces means exactly that number - in this case match 80 equals signs
• ={60,80} - Two comma separated numbers in the braces means a range - in this case match 60-80 equals signs (inclusive)
• ={60,} - A single number followed by a comma in the braces means at least that number - in this case match 60 or more equals signs
• ={1,80} - Match between between 1 and 80 equals signs
• !={0,80}! - Match two exclamation marks separated by 0 to 80 equals signs

#### Examples

Match line with 3,4 or 5 equals signs:

`={3,5}`
This would match the following:
`===`
`====`
`=====`
It would not match the following:
`==`

Match line with 3 or more equals signs:

`={3,}`
This would match the following:
`===`
`====`
`===============================`
It would not match the following:
`==`

Match line with exactly 3 equals signs:

`={3}`
This would match the following:
`===`
It would not match the following:
`==`
`====`
`===============================`