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I have code

$pattern = 
$str = "%abcd% = Section, hardwareID_1, hardwareID_2, ..... ,HardwareID_n"
$array = StringRegExp( $str, $pattern, 3)

Anyone help me with $pattern value 

I need $array is : 

$array[0] = 'abcd'

$array[1] = 'HardwareID_1'

$array[2] = 'HardwareID_2'

.......

$array[n] = 'HardwareID_n'

No whitespace in all return string . (Sorry for my English)

Thank you verymuch

 

Edited by 123disconnect

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Maybe this way

#include<array.au3>
$pattern = '%(\w+)%|,\s*(\w+)'
$str = "%abcd% = Section, hardwareID_1, hardwareID_2, ..... ,HardwareID_n"
$array = StringRegExp($str, $pattern, 3)
ConsoleWrite(_ArrayToString($array) & @CRLF)

 


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Works good Xeno except seems to to produce line extra array elements between the results.

Probably can be fixed in the regex, but I would probably just strip it like this:

#Include <Array.au3>
#Include <StringConstants.au3>

$sPattern = '%(\w+)%|,\s*(\w+)'
$sString = "%abcd% = Section, hardwareID_1, hardwareID_2, ..... ,HardwareID_n"
$aArray = StringRegExp($sString, $sPattern, $STR_REGEXPARRAYGLOBALMATCH)
$sString2 = _ArrayToString($aArray, "|")
$sString2 = StringReplace($sString2, "||", "|")
$aArray2 = StringSplit($sString2, "|", $STR_NOCOUNT)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray2)

 

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Please manage the character set [\w.#] depending on the syntax of the elements to get  :)

#include<array.au3>

$pattern = '(?<=%|,)\s*([\w.#]+)'

$str = "%abcd% = Section, hardwareID_#1, hardwareID_2, ..... ,HardwareID_n"
$array = StringRegExp($str, $pattern, 3)
 _ArrayDisplay($array)

 

Edited by mikell

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Sorry, I just did a quick answer. I did oversee the ||.
So, mikells solution is more correct.

 


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Xenobiologist's regex works, but must be enclosed in a duplicate subpattern group :

#include <array.au3>
$pattern = '(?|%(\w+)%|,\s*(\w+))'
$str = "%abcd% = Section, hardwareID_1, hardwareID_2, ..... ,HardwareID_n"
$array = StringRegExp($str, $pattern, 3)

_ArrayDisplay($array)

 

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