This is a program that I made to help my self learn better regular expressions.
There are a lot of other programs/website with the similar functions.
But the main advantage of this program is that you don't have to click a button after every changes.
The program detected changes and react on it.
Match Match of arrays Match and replace Load source data from website Load source data from a website with GET/POST Load text data from file Clear fields Export and Import settings (you can finish the expression a other time, just export/import it) Cheat sheet Generate AutoIt code The source code is not difficult and I think most user will understand it.
In the zip file there are 2 export files (POST and a reg back example), you can drag and drop these files on the gui to import them.
Download Regex Toolkit Regex toolkit.zip (Sourcode, exmaple and exe file)
EDIT: Updated to version V1.2.0
Expand and collapse of the cheat sheet (Thanks to Melba23 for the Guiextender UDF) Usefull regular expressions websites links included in the program Text data update time EDIT: Updated to version V1.3.0
Automatic generate AutoIt code Icons on the tab Few minor bug fixes EDIT: Updated to version V1.4.0
Link to AutoIt regex helpfile If the regular expression has a error than the text becomes red Option Offset with Match and array of Matches Option Count with Match and replace Some small minor bug fixed EDIT: Updated to version V1.4.1
Small bug in "create AutoIt" code fixed
So I have this pattern:
^(?:(\d+)|(\d+):(\d+)|(\d+):(\d+):(\d+))$ And I'm expecting (depending on input) to get a 1, 2 or 3 index array (or @error for invalid input).
But instead I get this:
#include <Debug.au3> Func Test($String) _DebugArrayDisplay(StringRegExp($String, '^(?:(\d+)|(\d+):(\d+)|(\d+):(\d+):(\d+))$', 1)) EndFunc Test('10') ; Results (normal, expected): ; Row 0|10 Test('10:20') ; Results (extra blank index): ; Row 0| ; Row 1|10 ; Row 2|20 Test('10:20:30') ; Results (three blank indices): ; Row 0| ; Row 1| ; Row 2| ; Row 3|10 ; Row 4|20 ; Row 5|30 Is this normal? Should I just code around it, or is there a better way to do what I'm looking for?
I also tried reversing my regex, but it was even uglier results:
#include <Debug.au3> Func Test($String) _DebugArrayDisplay(StringRegExp($String, '^(?:(\d+):(\d+):(\d+))|(\d+):(\d+)|(\d+)$', 1)) EndFunc Test('10') ; Results (yuck): ; Row 0| ; Row 1| ; Row 2| ; Row 3| ; Row 4| ; Row 5|10 Test('10:20') ; Results (slightly better): ; Row 0| ; Row 1| ; Row 2| ; Row 3|10 ; Row 4|20 Test('10:20:30') ; Results (nice): ; Row 0|10 ; Row 1|20 ; Row 2|30
I want to add any needed conditions to the StringRegExp command so it can pull out only "File.au3", "WinAPIFiles.au3", "Test.bmp" into the array
#include <FileConstants.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> #include 'WinAPIFiles.au3' #include "File.au3" ; Script Start - Add your code below here Local $bFileInstall = False ; Change to True and ammend the file paths accordingly. ; This will install the file C:\Test.bmp to the script location. If $bFileInstall Then FileInstall("C:\Test.bmp", @ScriptDir & "\Test.bmp") $sFile = FileRead(@ScriptFullPath) $aResults = StringRegExp($sFile, "(?i)(FileInstall\s*|include\s*)(.*)", 3) _ArrayDisplay($aResults) Thanks In Advance
i have a text : <Name>Jonh</Name>.<Age>15</Age>
how i can get Jonh and 15 in one stringregexp? pls give me example
I'm looking for a regex genius, cus I'm stumped when it comes to assertions.
So what I have now, is this regular expression: ([^|=]+)=([^|]+)
It takes a string (user input) of keys=values separated by pipes (ie: "param=value|param=value") and splits them into an array.
$vParamData = 'example=value|fruit=apple|phrase=Hello world' $aRegEx = StringRegExp($vParamData, '([^|=]+)=([^|]+)', 3) ; Result ;  => example ;  => value ;  => fruit ;  => apple ;  => phrase ;  => Hello world So that's working fine, but I'm wondering if there's also a way I could have this capture escaped pipes instead of splitting by them.
$vParamData = 'pipe test=this \| is a pipe|example=value' $aRegEx = StringRegExp($vParamData, '([^|=]+)=([^|]+)', 3) ; I'm getting this: ;  => pipe test ;  => this \ ;  => example ;  => value ; But I'd like a result like this: ;  => pipe test ;  => this \| is a pipe ;  => example ;  => value Is there some pattern that would accomplish this, or am I better off parsing it some other way?