A regexp, which if it matches the body of a comment, indicates that
it should be allowed. Trailing and leading spaces are removed prior
to running this regular expression.
<strong>Warning:</strong> Make sure you specify
correct anchor metacharacters <code>^regex$</code>, otherwise you may accept
comments that you did not mean to! In particular, the regex <code>/foo|bar/</code>
is probably not sufficiently strict, since it also allows <code>foobar</code>.
See also %HTML.AllowedComments (these directives are union'ed together,
so a comment is considered valid if any directive deems it valid.)
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