How to use the refextract.references.regexs.re_hdl.match function in refextract

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def look_for_hdl_urls(citation_elements):
    """Looks for handle identifiers that have already been identified as urls

       When finding an hdl, creates a new HDL element.
       @param citation_elements: (list) elements to process
    for el in citation_elements:
        if el['type'] == 'URL':
            match = re_hdl.match(el['url_string'])
            if match:
                el['type'] = 'HDL'
                el['hdl_id'] ='hdl_id')
                del el['url_desc']
                del el['url_string']