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BoogY

Hi there to every one ...

I need a little help with this string :

'T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 T065068\USERNAME2 T900160\USERNAME1'

How can I extract the T0 or T9 Strings ? I'm rely lost here..

Here is my code :

;Option 1, using offset
$nOffset = 1
While 1
    $x = 'T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 T065068\USERNAME2 T900160\USERNAME1'
        $array = StringRegExp($x, '(tT){1}(0-9)+', 1, $nOffset)
    
    If @error = 0 Then
        $nOffset = @extended
    Else
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
    for $i = 0 to UBound($array) - 1
        msgbox(0, "RegExp Test with Option 1 - " & $i, $array[$i])
    Next
WEnd

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UEZ

This is my version:

#include <Array.au3>
;Option 1, using offset
$nOffset = 1
;~ While 1
    $x = 'T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 T065068\USERNAME2 T900160\USERNAME1'
    $array = StringRegExp($x, '(T0[\d]+|T9[\d]+)\\', 3, $nOffset)

    If @error = 0 Then
    $nOffset = @extended
    Else
    ExitLoop
    EndIf
    _ArrayDisplay($array)
;~ WEnd

BR,

UEZ


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BoogY

This is my version:

#include <Array.au3>
;Option 1, using offset
$nOffset = 1
;~ While 1
    $x = 'T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 T065068\USERNAME2 T900160\USERNAME1'
    $array = StringRegExp($x, '(T0[\d]+|T9[\d]+)\\', 3, $nOffset)

    If @error = 0 Then
    $nOffset = @extended
    Else
    ExitLoop
    EndIf
    _ArrayDisplay($array)
;~ WEnd

BR,

UEZ

Nice but if there is a small T (t) it will not take it :mellow:

But this one will work = '(?i)(T0[\d]+|T9[\d]+)\\'

Edited by BoogY

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Mat

#include <Array.au3>

$nOffset = 1
$x = 'T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 T065068\USERNAME2 T900160\USERNAME1'
$array = StringRegExp($x, '(?i)(T0[\d]+|T9[\d]+)\\', 3, $nOffset)

If @error = 0 Then
    $nOffset = @extended
Else
    Exit
EndIf
_ArrayDisplay($array)

Too slow... He got to the flag first :mellow:

Edited by Mat

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BoogY

Now I'm trying to do it for the user names :mellow:

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GEOSoft

"(?i)(t[09]\d+)"

Edited by GEOSoft

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GEOSoft

To get all of the t######### combinations in an array

I also made a typo in the one I posted and the editor is screwing me around to day. It should be

"(?i)(t[09]\d+)"

Edited by GEOSoft

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BoogY

Thanks I saw the typing error no problem...

It works :mellow:

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GEOSoft

Thanks I saw the typing error no problem...

It works :mellow:

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BoogY

If you need to test SREs, look in my signature for the PCRE Toolkit.

Thanks a lot :mellow:

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BoogY

Ok I have a problem ..

This one works great "(?i)(t[09]\d+" but if I put this strig for example (T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 T065068\USERNAME2 t900160\USERNAME1 t065066\USERNAME4) It gives me back juste 4 items ??!!! why not all of them ?? the first one is not geting back to me !!!!

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#include <Array.au3>
$x = 'T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 T065068\USERNAME2 T900160\USERNAME1 T065068\USERNAME2 T065068\USERNAME2 T065068\USERNAME2'
$array1 = StringSplit($x, ' ', 2)
Local $array2[UBound($array1)][2]
For $i = 0 To UBound($array1) -1
    $atemp = StringSplit($array1[$i],"\",2)
    $array2[$i][0] = $atemp[0]
    $array2[$i][1] = $atemp[1]
Next
_ArrayDisplay($array2)


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jchd

Don't forget AutoIt array are zero-based. The output is good:

#include <Array.au3>
Local $x = 'T065066\USERNAME4 T065067\USERNAME3 t065068\USERNAME2 T900160\USERNAME1'
Local $array = StringRegExp($x, '(?i)(T[09]\d+)\\([^\s]+)', 3)
_ArrayDisplay($array)
Local $array2[UBound($array) / 2][2]
For $i = 0 To (UBound($array) / 2) - 1
    $array2[$i][0] = $array[2 * $i]
    $array2[$i][1] = $array[2 * $i + 1]
Next
_ArrayDisplay($array2)

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GEOSoft

Testing it with the toolkit would have shown you what was happening. 0 based array


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