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wojciech

StringRegExpReplace - wrong pattern

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Hi guys!

I have text file with lines:

Good text - something
100 $ unnecessary text
Good text - something
Good text - something
Good text - something
080 $ unnecessary text

I want remove all line starting with:

3 digits + space + $ sign + any text.

I try:

StringRegExpReplace($sTextToReplace, '([0-9]{3})[:space:]\x{24}', "")

StringRegExpReplace($sTextToReplace, '(?-i[0-9]{3}[:space:]\x{24}(?s)', "")

Work great with:

StringRegExpReplace($sTextToReplace,"\d{3}\s\$.+", "")

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Edited by wojciech

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