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I want to search for a word on a page. I know the first letter is a P the last letter is a L and there are 4 letters in-between them.

How can I search for this word?

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I was talking about using CTRL+F... – wizlog Sep 25 '11 at 17:44
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Chrome's "Find in page" search function does not support wildcards.

You can install the highlight regexp bookmarklet from Squarefree, which will allow you to search for JavaScript regexps: P.{4}L or \bP.{4}L\b (the latter also matches word boundaries).

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+1 nice detailed answer. – wizlog Sep 25 '11 at 17:44

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