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Hi, I'm trying to get the min and the sec from -3:46

For the min I use the [0-9] and for the sec I use /:(.*)

I know this is not the best regex but it's still should work my code goes like this :


And I'm getting nothing, I did the same with strings and got right answer but with numbers it's doesn't work...

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This works fine for me: :)

#include <Array.au3>

$sRegex = "-?(\d)\D(\d\d)"

$sString = "-3:46"

$aRet = StringRegExp( $sString, $sRegex, 3)
_ArrayDisplay($aRet, "String", Default, 8)

$nNumber = -3.46

$aRet = StringRegExp( $nNumber, $sRegex, 3)
_ArrayDisplay($aRet, "Number", Default, 8)

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Sorry I did not understand

#Include <Array.au3>

$time = "-3:46"
$aTime = StringRegExp($time, "-?(\d+):(\d+)", 1)

Edited by jguinch
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