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troubles with regular expression

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i want to check if there is "," at the start of a string.

i think i need to use the \# but i don't understand how to use it...

btw, u (the autoit team) thinking about making a function that replace the string by using regular expression?

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i want to check if there is "," at the start of a string.

i think i need to use the \# but i don't understand how to use it...

If StringLeft($String, 1) = ',' Then; blah blah Stuff
EndIf

btw, u (the autoit team) thinking about making a function that replace the string by using regular expression?

What do you mean? An example please... Edited by Wolvereness

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i want to check if there is "," at the start of a string.

i think i need to use the \# but i don't understand how to use it...

btw, u (the autoit team) thinking about making a function that replace the string by using regular expression?

Already on the list of things to do.

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