The negative lookbehind (?<!) asserts
regex_1 not to be immediately preceded by
regex_2. Lookbehind is excluded from the match (do not consume matches of
regex_2), but only assert whether a match is possible or not.
You have a test String .
Write a regex which can match all the occurences of characters which are not immediately preceded by vowels (a, e, i, u, o, A, E, I, O, U).
This is a regex only challenge. You are not required to write a code.
You have to fill the regex pattern in the blank (