Hi,Need a Regular Expression to match "="(45167)" and retrieve only the code inside parentheses say 45167thanks in advance Sam
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Here is the kind of text I want to match via a regular Expression
The id="dgSchedule" is always present in the TAG but its location may differ
The table is span over multiple line/contains white spaces/tabs...
I have the regular expression to match the start and end tag respectively over a single line
The problem is to match the whole table span over multiple lines
<table cellspacing="0" rules="all" border="1" id="dgSchedule" style="border-style:None;height:100%;width:100%;border-collapse:collapse;">
<tr class="blackbar" align="center" style="background-color:#7FB4DE;font-family:Verdana;font-weight:bold;height:20px;">
<td>From Place</td><td>To Place</td><td>Time</td><td>Bus Type</td>
I need my string to be a minimum of 8 character, begin with 3 alphanumber, end in alphanumberic and contain atleast one -
Below is what I have that includes everything but testing for inlcusion of atleast one -
string example to work with...
abc-1234, 123-adjoq-jadfoqe, 123abc-a
Strings that should fail...
as-jdsdjf, a-a-dfa, acb-3gh, abc-1234-
Currently I have the string:
"WHERE Column_1_Name = 1 AND Column_2_Name = 'Test Column Criteria'"
& my desired matches are as follows:
However, so far, I can only achieve
'Test Column Criteria'
via: (([a-z][\w]+)|('[\w ]+'))(?!('[\w ]+'))
via (('[\w ]+')|([a-z][\w]+))(?<=\3)
All help appreciated much appreciated.
(I'm using the .net engine, case insensitive)
I am in need of validating a number that can be 10, 11, or 12 digits in lenght. It cannont contain any spaces, symbols, or letters. I have to do this in the code behind of my web form. I am using C# ASP .NET 2.0.
I'm looking for a regular expression that satisfies one of the two conditions (Reg Expression OR Exact String Match W/ Underscores) listed below.
Thanks in advance
I have been trying to come up with a RegEx that would match numbers (including decimals and negative numbers) that are not preceded by a specified set of characters. For example:
Specified set of characters (not including comma): c, t
Input string: “This c2 is one element. And t-4a, d25, c2.54, v4.28, q58 are other elements”
Desired result (the numbers not preceded by c and t):
The pattern I tried: [^ct](-?\d+\.?\d*|\.\d+)
The matches I got (Note: I fetched the results from Group 1):
I don’t want the numbers in bold to be returned since in t-4a the integer -4 is preceded by t, and in c2.54, 2.54 is preceded by c.
Can we refine the above pattern or is it even possible?
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<div class="AnsaettelseKontrakt Folders">
<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="750px" align="right">
<th class="BrugerHeader" style="width:300px;">Filnavn</th>
<th class="BrugerHeader" style="width:80px;">StÃÂ¸rrelse</th>
<th class="BrugerHeader" style="width:150px;">Dato</th>
<th class="BrugerHeader" style="width:180px;" colspan="2">Brugere</th>
<th class="BrugerHeader" style="width:40px;">VÃÂ¦rktÃÂ¸jer</th>
<asp:Repeater ID="RepeaterAns" runat="server" onitemcommand="Repeater1_ItemCommand" >
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and I need the expression find urls like this:http://domain.com/lor-mbongo-lyrics-loboko-txphzzf
and it do really does that!
The problem is that it finds also this URL:http://domain.com/lost-lyrics-5mk4f/lyrics
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I checked the .net and regexlib.com, but couldn't find what I was looking for.
I simply need a regular expression that basically excepts any character string including spaces in it or even a space by itself.
Can someone help me out?