In some cases, you'll need to specify that a string starts and/or ends with certain characters. For example, if you were reading from an ouput, and had to match if it reads "success", you couldn't just write a regex that matches "success", as "not success" and "success did not occur" would also be valid matches.
To specify that a string should strictly start or end with certain character, we can use the hat (
^) or dollar sign (
z, has any two characters then an
i, then another character, and ends with
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