daohieu61

Need help with StringRegExp command.

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I want to use StringRegExp to get a random website link http://sv( 1 or 2 numbers).mywebsite.com/(1 or 2 numbers)/?info=(some hex string like f49504a1f491b494e4945494f4944494f491c50) but i don't know how to use this command. Help me pls. My command  stuck on:

$ab = StringRegExp($link2,'(http://sv\d)', $STR_REGEXPARRAYMATCH)
MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "RegExp ", $ab[0])

 

Edited by daohieu61

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anyone?

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daohieu61,

Please do not bump your own threads within 24 hours.

Remember this is not a 24/7 support forum - those who answer are only here because they like helping others and have some time to spare.  You just have to wait until someone who knows something about your particular problem, and is willing to help, comes online.  Be patient and someone will answer eventually.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Something like this would do:

Local $link2 = "blurb beforehttp://sv6.4share.vn/8/?info=7d4c4f4e224f49224c454d224f4f49504a1f491b494e4945494f4944494f491c500b140d50444e494d454b...blurb after includinghttp://www.autoit.com"
Local $ab = StringRegExp($link2,'(http://sv\d\d?\.\w+\.\w+/\d\d?/\?info=(?:[[:xdigit:]]{2})+)', $STR_REGEXPARRAYMATCH)
MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "RegExp ", @error ? "URL not found" : $ab[0])

Note that I force matching an even number of hex digits, which sounds logical but may not fit your use case. Then remove the {2} by the end of the pattern

Edited by jchd
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11 hours ago, jchd said:

Something like this would do:

Local $link2 = "blurb beforehttp://sv6.4share.vn/8/?info=7d4c4f4e224f49224c454d224f4f49504a1f491b494e4945494f4944494f491c500b140d50444e494d454b...blurb after includinghttp://www.autoit.com"
Local $ab = StringRegExp($link2,'(http://sv\d\d?\.\w+\.\w+/\d\d?/\?info=(?:[[:xdigit:]]{2})+)', $STR_REGEXPARRAYMATCH)
MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "RegExp ", @error ? "URL not found" : $ab[0])

Note that I force matching an even number of hex digits, which sounds logical but may not fit your use case. Then remove the {2} by the end of the pattern

It worked. Thank you very much.

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