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- Peter Stacy
November 8, 2009, 8:16 am
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In a file I am searching for (the first) expression which matches the following
aabbcc('<some chars or digits but no special chars nor CRs>',<zero or one
blank>'<one or more digits>');
Mind the quotes ' ! Do I have to escape/mask them ?
How can I setup an according regular expression?
Re: Searching regular expr: How to match the following pattern with quotes, brackets and semicolons?
Peter Stacy wrote:
First define how many "some" is and what are "some chars" and what are
Where <chars> and <some> should be replaced with valid values.
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