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hi guys  i have this pageweb  with  this code

<li class="list-inline-item">
                <span class="price">
                                 400.000</span>
                        <span class="price"></span>
                    </li>
        </ul>

i try to match  400.000  with this code  but i dont know  why in regexpbuddy work  but in autoit not 

Local $aLPrezzi = StringRegExp($sLHtmlPage, '<span class="price">\r\n(.*?)\/span', $STR_REGEXPARRAYGLOBALMATCH)

anyone can helpme??

thankz

 

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@faustf,

You've been here this long and are still not posting a runnable script to simulate your issue which people can test with.
Wonder whether you will ever learn?

Jos


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11 hours ago, faustf said:

hi guys  i have this pageweb  with  this code

<li class="list-inline-item">
                <span class="price">
                                 400.000</span>
                        <span class="price"></span>
                    </li>
        </ul>

i try to match  400.000  with this code  but i dont know  why in regexpbuddy work  but in autoit not 

Local $aLPrezzi = StringRegExp($sLHtmlPage, '<span class="price">\r\n(.*?)\/span', $STR_REGEXPARRAYGLOBALMATCH)

anyone can helpme??

thankz

 

 

If you copy and paste your HTML snippet into a unicode text editor, right after the first span tag but before the CRLF, for some odd reason, there is a U+FEFF (Zero Width Non-Breaking Space/BOM).  So if your snippet of HTML is accurate, that is why your regular expression probably was not finding any matches.  Also, because U+FEFF is a not considered one of the whitespace (\s) regular expression characters, it is why the regular expression supplied by @mikell will not work either.  I'm not sure how the BOM got there, whether it is there in error, or whether it truly is a part of your HTML.  But if it is truly a part of the HTML body, then you will need to handle it in your regular expression.

Edited by TheXman

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