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Help with StringRegExp

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I have a string like this: "VERSION3.9.312ASSY1A4E13F0B" or "Major.MinorSystemVersion21.0Test123"

How can I strip special char () and extract DIGIT and dots (3.9.312 or 21.0) only between two word's ?

This not work as required :) :

$array = StringRegExp($str, "VERSION(.*)ASSY", 1)
MsgBox(0, "***", $array[0])
Edited by RAMzor

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I have a string like this: "VERSION3.9.312ASSY1A4E13F0B" or "Major.MinorSystemVersion21.0Test123"

How can I strip special char () and extract DIGIT and dots (3.9.312 or 21.0) only between two word's ?

This not work as required :) :

$array = StringRegExp($str, "VERSION(.*)ASSY", 1)
MsgBox(0, "***", $array[0])

Slight modification of your code, with updated entry for the special character (Chr(7)):

$sSource = "VERSION3.9.312ASSY1A4E13F0B"
$sPattern = "VERSION(.*)ASSY"
$array = StringRegExp(StringReplace($sSource,Chr(7)," "), $sPattern , 1)
MsgBox(0, "***", $array[0])

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Thank you very much, it works!

It is very difficult to deal with this syntax.

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