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  • Last matching symbol in Regex

    - by Menda
    I couldn't find a more descriptive title, but here there is an example: import re m = re.search(r"\((?P<remixer>.+) (Remix)\)", "Title (Menda Remix)") m.group("remixer") # returns 'Menda' OK m = re.search(r"\((?P<remixer>.+) (Remix)\)", "Title (Blabla) (Menda Remix)") m.group("remixer") # returns 'Blabla) (Menda' FAIL This regex finds the first parenthesis, and I would like to match the last parenthesis for always getting 'Menda'. I've made a workaround to this using extra functions, but I would like a cleaner and a more consistent way using the same regex. Thanks a lot guys.

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  • Regex is capturing the whole string

    - by M28
    I am using the following regex: (public|private +)?function +([a-zA-Z_$][0-9a-zA-Z_$]*) *\\(([0-9a-zA-Z_$, ]*)\\) *{(.*)} To match the following string: public function messenger(text){ sendMsg(text); } private function sendMsg(text){ alert(text); } (There is no line breaks in the string, they are converted to whitespaces before the regex runs) I wanted it to capture both functions, but it is capturing: $1: "" $2: "messenger" $3: "text" $4: " sendMsg(text); } private function sendMsg(text){ alert(text); " By the way, I am using Javascript.

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  • Simple C# Tokenizer Using Regex

    - by Pete
    I'm looking to tokenize really simple strings,but struggling to get the right Regex. The strings might look like this: string1 = "{[Surname]}, some text... {[FirstName]}" string2 = "{Item}foo.{Item2}bar" And I want to extract the tokens in the curly braces (so string1 gets "{[Surname]}","{[FirstName]}" and string2 gets "{Item}" and "{Item2}") this question is quite good, but I can't get the regex right: poor mans lexer for c# Thanks for the help!

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  • Nothing else but Regex for matching the string.

    - by Harikrishna
    I want to check whether there is string starting from number and then optional character with the help of the regex.So what should be the regex for matching the string which must be started with number and then character might be there or not.Like there is string "30a" or "30" it should be matched.But if there is "a" or some else character or sereis of characters, string should not be matched.

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  • Collect a list in JS with regex?

    - by acidzombie24
    Basically i want to output a div with all the ids in it. I know how to do that especially with jquery but collecting the ids is the problem not the list. I failed at regex although i know how to use it in .NET. How do i write this regex properly? so i can get a list of ids and display it as i want. http://jsfiddle.net/NgmGf/

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  • RegEx Help in Ruby

    - by Akash
    My sample file is like below: H343423 Something1 Something2 C343423 0 A23423432 asdfasdf sdfs #2342323 I have the following regex: if (line =~ /^[HC]\d+\s/) != nil puts line end Basically I want to read everything that starts with H or C and is followed by numbers and I want to stop reading when space is encountered (I want to read one word). Output I want is: H343423 C343423 Output my RegEx is getting is: H343423 Something1 Something2 C343423 0 So it is fetching the whole line but I just want it to stop after first word is read. Any help?

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  • REGEX help, to remove <SPAN>s from the results

    - by nobosh
    The following REGEX: '(?i)]+class="findme"[^]*(.+?)' is resulting in: WTC Captive was created with a $1 billion FEMA grant and provides insurance coverage How can the REGEX above be updated to just send back: WTC Captive was created with a $1 billion FEMA grant and provides insurance coverage

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  • Need to fix my regex

    - by Misha Zaslavsky
    I am trying to match a string to a regex pattern, but have some problems. My string could have 3 forms: [dbo].[Start] dbo.Start Start This is my regex: "^((\[)?dbo(\])?)?(\.)?(\[)?Start(\])?$" All 3 forms returns success but there are some more options such as: [dboStart or dbo[Start I know that this is because it is optional, but how could I make dependencies when making optional, so that if one optional has value then the second optional must have a value too. Could you help me please to fix this? Thanks.

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  • parse results in MySQL via REGEX

    - by Derek Adair
    Hi, I'm a bit confused on the functionality of the REGEX support for MySQL and I have yet to find a solid example on how to separate a result with REGEX within an sql statement. Example: How could I pull data from a table emails that looks something like... +-------------------------+ |Emails | |-------------------------| |[email protected]| +-------------------------+ and return something through an sql statement that looks like... +------------------------------+ |Username | Domain | TLD | |-----------|------------|-----| |some.email | yourdomain | com | +------------------------------+

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  • need a regex to parse a csv file with double quotes in php

    - by Brandon G
    Trying to parse a csv file that has all the data wrapped in double quotes, because there may be commas in the double quotes. Looks like this: $songs = '"1, 2, 3, 4 (I Love You)","Plain White T's","CBE10-22",15,"CBE10-22","","","CB",984,"","10/05/10"'; $regResult = preg_match( "", $songs, $matches ); I can't figure out a regex that will return the data between the quotes as the matches. I'm sure there is some regex master that can help me with this.

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  • Regex not working in one case

    - by Arnej65
    I have a string with the following information. Obabikon, ON 49°10'N 94°10’W 2278 km N69°W I have a regex search as follows: String LongPattern = @"(~)?([0-9\?])+°([0-9\?])*'[EWO]"; return FindPattern(source, LongPattern); It should be finding the <94°10’W But is it not. This regex is working for the rest of my data with out any problems. Any clues?

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  • Regex in Python

    - by newToProgramming
    SO, I am trying create a simple regex that matches the following string: ..."chrX:33267175-33267784 610bp TGATGTTTGGCGAGGAACTC GCAGAGTTTGAAGAGCTCGG\nTGATGTTTGGCGAGGAACTCtactattgttacacttaggaaaataatcta\natccaaaggctttgcatctgtacagaagagcgagtagatactgaaagaga\ntttgcagatccactgttttttaggcaggaagaatgctcgttaaatgcaaa\ncgctgctctggctcatgtgtttgctccgaggtataggttttgttcgactg\nacgtatcagatagtcagagtggttaccacaccgacgttgtagcagctgca\ntaataaatgactgaaagaatcatgttaggcatgcccacctaacctaactt\ngaatcatgcgaaaggggagctgttggaattcaaatagactttctggttcc\ncagcagtcggcagtaatagaatgctttcaggaagatgacagaatcaggag\naaagatgctgttttgcactatcttgatttgttacagcagccaacttattg\ngcatgatggagtgacaggaaaaacagctggcatggaaggtaggattatta\naagctattacatcattacaaatacaattagaagctggccatgacaaagca\ntatgtttgaacaagcagctgttggtagctggggtttgttgCCGAGCTCTT\nCAAACTCTGC\n"... I have created the following regex: <PRE>[.|[\n]]*</PRE>' yet it won't match the string above. Does anyone have a solution to this conundrum and perhaps a reasoning as toward why this doesn't work.

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  • I need a regex to return true for 01.mp4

    - by Umair
    I want to sort out specific files depending on their names, i want a regex that returns true for file names like : 01.mp4, 99.avi, 05.mpg. the file extensions must match exactly to the ones that i want and the filename must start with characters which can not be longer than 2 characters. the first part is done but the file extensions aren't working. need some help the regex that I have is /^[0-9]{1,2}\.[mp4|mpg|avi]*/ but it also returns true for 01.4mp4, 01.4mp4m.

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  • regex question for removal of javascript malware

    - by jeff
    Been hit with some nasty javascript malware on my site. I know that each offending code block starts with the following: <script language=javascript><!-- (function() and ends with </script> I'd like to remove the nasty bits via regex on windows, using some sort of freeware regex replacement tool. Any suggestions here? Thank You much.

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  • String generation with regex criteria

    - by menjaraz
    I wonder wether it is feasible to implement an optimal string generator Class meeting the following requirements: Generation criteria using regex Lexicographical order enumeration. Count propetry Indexed access I don't feel comfortable with regular expression: I cannot come up with a starting piece of code but I just think of a naive implementation using a TList as a base class and use a filter (Regex) against "brute force" generated string. Thank you.

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  • Regex - find only replace occurences not touching some of them

    - by vittore
    Not very good at regex though and maybe that's a stupid question, I'm given string like "bla @a bla @a1 bla " I'm also pairs like {"a", "a2"} , {"a1", "a13"}, and am to replace @a to @a2 for first pair, and @a1 to @a13 for second one. The problem is when i use string.replace and look for @a , it also replaces @a1 but it should not. Help me with regex replace, please. Cheers

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  • Refactor Regex Pattern - Java

    - by UK
    Hello All, I have the following aaaa_bb_cc string to match and written a regex pattern like \\w{4}+\\_\\w{2}\\_\\w{2} and it works. Is there any simple regex which can do this same ?

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  • RegEx, Php, Preg_match, Phone numbers, Oh my!

    - by Kirk
    How do I find phone number of the following format and store them to a variable. It needs to match 3334445555, 333.444.5555, 333-444-5555, 333 444 5555, (333) 444 5555 and all combinations thereof. Here is the frame of it $regex = expression; if (preg_match ('/$regex/', matches)) { $phone = matches[1]; }

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  • Regex to match with digit in the string.

    - by Harikrishna
    I will have a different type of string(string will not have fixed format,they will be different every time) from them I want to remove some specific substring.Like the string can be OPTIDX 26FEB2009 NIFTY CE 2500 OPTIDX NIFTY 30 Jul 2009 4600.00 PE OPTSTK ICICIBANK 30 Jul 2009 700.00 PA I want to extract Rs.(digit) from those string and store it into one variable and then in those string there should not be Rs.(digit). What should be the regex for that ? EDIT private string ExtractingRupeesFromString(String str) { Match match = Regex.Match(cellRecord, @"(\d+(?:\.\d+)?)\D*$"); return match.Value.ToString(); }

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  • REGEX rejecting simple alphamumeric

    - by GDB
    I don't get it; this should be simple: Why does this text box entry: Foo 2010 Validated by this REGEX: ValidationExpression="^[a-zA-Z0-9 -_!]+$" Throw an invalid entry error? It is intended to allow alphamumerics, spaces, dashes, underscores and exclamation marks. REGEX gives me a headache ...

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  • String regex matching in Erlang

    - by portoalet
    How would I do regex matching in Erlang? All I know is this: f("AAPL" ++ Inputstring) - true. The lines that I need to match "AAPL,07-May-2010 15:58,21.34,21.36,21.34,21.35,525064\n" In Perl regex: ^AAPL,* (or something similar) In Erlang?

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  • Java RegEx find, except when between quotes

    - by user1833511
    I need a Java RegEx to split, or find something in a string, but exclude stuff that's between double quotes. What I do now is this: String withoutQuotes = str.replaceAll("\\\".*?\\\"", "placeholder"); withoutQuotes = withoutQuotes.replaceAll(" ",""); but this doesn't work nice with indexOf, and I also need to be able to split, for example: String str = "hello;world;how;\"are;you?\"" String[] strArray = str.split(/*some regex*/); // strArray now contains: ["hello", "world", "how", "\"are you?\"] quotes are always balanced quotes can be escaped with \" Any help is appreciated

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  • Java regex return after first match

    - by user216915
    hi how do i return after the first match of regular expression? (does the Matcher.find() method do that? ) say I have a string "abcdefgeee". I want to ask the regex engine stop finding immediately after it finds the first match of "e" for example. I am writing a method to return true/false if the pattern is found and i don't want to find the whole string for "e". (I am looking for a regex solution ) thanks

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  • Regex - How can I achieve this ?

    - by Rachel
    I have regex as /^[a-zA-Z ]+$/ now I need to add support for unicode characters and so am using \p{L} like '/^[a-zA-Z ]+$\p{L}/'. This is not working for me and I am not sure that this is correct way of using it. I am new to regex and would appreciate any guidance. Thanks.

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