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An example where the set abc would match the regex ^abc$, in general case with any character, you would use \w for word characters ( [a-zA-Z0-9_] ), \W for non-word characters, and \s for whitespace. On the other hand, the set abc \w* matches 'abc', 'abcabc', etc - which is quite different. Same thing for the \d, \D and \s set.
Thus, as it makes sense for a subpattern to not match a parent pattern, you may use \b instead of \w or \s to make it clear where to look for the next matching character (sub)expression.
However, If you're using the [^xyz] or [^x] constructs to match anything except the letters x, y, z, and x, then you will need the opposite of this: \b - a word boundary.
If you want to see all the possible boundaries (\b, \B, ^, $, ^,., \. etc) check RegexBuddy.
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