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is there a way to replace all <? with <?php and leave all <?php alone?

 

I am using javascript, but it is still regexp, so I thought I would post in the regexp section.

 

I came up with this:

code = code.replace(/\<\?[^php]/g, "<?php\n");

 

but it removes the first letter after php

the beginning of the string: <?namespace

becomes:

<?php

amespace

 

as you can see the "n" is missing...

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