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bit hard to explain it in the titel but the problem is as follows:

i have a webpage with a few links that are build up as follow:

<a href="java script:insertUnit(document.forms[0].snob, 1)">(1)</a>

but the "1" in the code is a variable number.

is there a way to do a search on the href="" part of a link and do a regex on it (for the number)

i already thought of a regex:

java script:insertUnit\(document\.forms\[0]\.snob, ([0-9]{1,4})\)

but i haven't found a way, in autoit, to search in the Href="" part of a link?

and searching in the displayed text isn't an option because it can come out multiply times.

i can do it when i select a link based on the index, but i dont find it flexible enough..

anyone who can help?

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