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StringRegExpReplace with @IPAddress1

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#include <INet.au3>
Local $sIPAddress = @IPAddress1
;Local $sIPAddress = "100.20.30.40"
Local $sIPAddress3 = StringRegExpReplace($sIPAddress, "^(\d{2,3}\.)(\d{2,3}\.)(\d{2,3}\.)(\d{2,3})", "$1$2$3")
MsgBox(0, "", "'" & $sIPAddress3 & "'")

I am having issues getting the expected results from StringRegEx when passing @IPAddress1 into the function.  The expected result would be the first 3 octets.  When I just use Local $sIPAddress = "100.20.30.40" I receive the expected results, 100.20.30  @IPAddress is a string based on the IsString() function.  Any suggestions would be very grateful. 

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Melba23

m1975michael,

I would do it this way:

#include <INet.au3>
Local $sIPAddress = @IPAddress1
;Local $sIPAddress = "100.20.30.40"
Local $aRet = StringRegExp($sIPAddress, "(\d{1,3})", 3)  ; Note {1,3} - IPs can have single digits
Local $sIPAddress3 = $aRet[0] & "." & $aRet[1] & "." & $aRet[2]
MsgBox(0, "", $sIPAddress & " - " & $sIPAddress3)
Any better? :)

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m1975michael

Much better thank you.  I was really stuck. :)

m1975michael,

I would do it this way:

#include <INet.au3>
Local $sIPAddress = @IPAddress1
;Local $sIPAddress = "100.20.30.40"
Local $aRet = StringRegExp($sIPAddress, "(\d{1,3})", 3)  ; Note {1,3} - IPs can have single digits
Local $sIPAddress3 = $aRet[0] & "." & $aRet[1] & "." & $aRet[2]
MsgBox(0, "", $sIPAddress & " - " & $sIPAddress3)
Any better? :)

 

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BrewManNH

A very simple stringsplit would have been easier to code and you wouldn't have to figure out the pattern. :)


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