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perhaps you should explain better what your expected result is. you were given the correct regexp for what you asked in the first post.

unless you meant to return it as a string which it will be anyway because of the /

to save me re-typing it i'll just use danwillis code modified a bit

$string = 'www.aaa.com/123/456/789.html'
$string = string(StringRegExpReplace($string,'.+(d{3}/d{3}).*','$1'))
Edited by GEOSoft


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