It says that exec is better and has has not the 9 limit:
I LiveDebug my new supa-dupa-cool firewall collector and I bumped into
the //.exec() limit, which is RegExp.$9. The RegExp.$10 is nothing.
But if I use variable=//.exec(); variable[10] than it is good. What is
the difference? I know it works and not works , but you know what I
mean. Is it a built-in something?
The RegExp.$9 value is the same as variables[9] value. variable[14] is
still good.
http://tinyurl.com/kalbhlk says that it is unlimited and I have to use
it variable=//.exec() instead what the Collector Developer tutorial
Thank you for your answers!

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