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Replacing "( )"

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JRowe

$string = StringRegExpReplace ( "MyTest(ThisTextGoingByeBye)", "\((\w+)\)", "(Text Is All Up In Here)")

MsgBox(0, "1", $string)

Something like that should do ya.

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andygo

how do you replace a string that has "( )" in it with stuff in it.

Like: $string = "Stuff (more stuff)"

i want: $NewString = "Stuff"

$NewSub = "more stuff"

#Include <string.au3>
_StringExplode($sString, $sDelimiter [, $iLimit] )

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JRowe

$string = StringRegExpReplace ( "MyTest(ThisTex$%&{}tGoingByeBye)", "\((.+)\)", "(Text Is All Up In Here)")

MsgBox(0, "Revised", $string)

Used .+ instead. Should work so long as you don't have newlines between parens?

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billthecreator

#Include <string.au3>
_StringExplode($sString, $sDelimiter [, $iLimit] )

works, but the last post works as well, and looks nicer, since i would need an array for this way

thanks both for your help


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