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$output = StringRegExpReplace($str, '<q\d+="(\d*)">', '907605')

@namlunthkl: There're no need to bump the thread. There're many members but nobody can stay all the times in the forum to answer all the question. Just wait politely.

1 hour ago, namlunthkl said:

But what I want is:

<q1="907605"><q2="907605">

 

If you want replace all the value to a single value, it's easy but you need the right regex pattern

$output = StringRegExpReplace($str, '<q\d+="(\d*)">', '907605')

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Just now, binhnx said:
$output = StringRegExpReplace($str, '<q\d+="(\d*)">', '907605')

@namlunthkl: There're no need to bump the thread. There're many members but nobody can stay all the times in the forum to answer all the question. Just wait politely.

If you want replace all the value to a single value, it's easy but you need the right regex pattern

$output = StringRegExpReplace($str, '<q\d+="(\d*)">', '907605')

big thanks!!!!!!

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StringRegExpReplace($str, '(<q\d+=")(.*?)(">)', '${1}907605$3') ; note the "?" after ".*" (look at the StringRegExp help page)

or

StringRegExpReplace($str, '<q\d+="\K[^"]+(?=")', '907605')

 

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