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i have a text : <Name>Jonh</Name>.<Age>15</Age>

how i can get Jonh and 15 in one stringregexp? pls give me example

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There is an excellent explanation of stringregexp in the help file, as well as the Wiki entry. As we operate on the "Teach a Man to Fish" motto around here, what have you tried on your own that isn't working?


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