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Problem with StringRegExp

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hei

I have a string :

$str = "11BlahBlahbla123bla{CODE"1337"}blabla{{{}}}{}blaaa{CODE"7331"}bla..."

and i want to convert this string to a array

so it look like this:

$anarray[0] = 11BlahBlahbla123bla
$anarray[1] = 1337
$anarray[2] = blabla{{{}}}{}blaaa
$anarray[3] = 7331
$anarray[4] = bla...

i found the best effect with

StringRegExp(StringRegExpReplace(StringRegExpReplace($str, '{CODE', ''), '}', ''), '[\w\.]+', 3)

but it does not work well :)

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I don't think I get it... what's the pattern to follow? What do you want to use as a delimiter to know where to split the string? I tested the code you posted and it seems to do what you want... what does "but it does not work well" really mean?

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#include <Array.au3>

$Str = '11BlahBlahbla123bla{CODE"1337"}blabla{{{}}}{}blaaa{CODE"7331"}bla...'

$aArray = StringRegExp($Str, '\A(?i)(.*)\{CODE"(.*)"\}(.*)\{CODE"(.*)"\}(.*)', 3)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray)

?

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@MrCreatoR; I think that '...' in his string means that there could be more rather then just '...'

Possible solution:

StringRegExp(StringRegExpReplace($e, '{CODE"(\d{4})"}', ' $1 '), '\S* ', 3)

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#include <Array.au3>

$Str = '11BlahBlahbla123bla{CODE"1337"}blabla{{{}}}{}blaaa{CODE"7331"}bla...'

$aArray = StringRegExp($Str, '\A(?i)(.*)\{CODE"(.*)"\}(.*)\{CODE"(.*)"\}(.*)', 3)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray)

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Hei thank you MrCreatoR this one works perfect :)

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Edit:

uuh sorry, tha max of the code things are 2, but there could be unlimited of theese code things...

To Explain my problem here a example:

the string = 'TextTextTextorsomething{CODE"Number1"}{CODE"Number2"}textblahorwhatever{CODE"Number3"}texttextandeverything' and so on...

the array

[0] = TextTextTextorsomething

[1] = Number1

[2] = Number2

[3] = textblahorwhatever

[4] = Number3

[5] = texttextandeverything

i need the numbers to activate some functions in my script, and i need the text before and after the codenumberthing.

If $ar[$i] = *anumberfrom 1 to n* then
 controldosomething
else
 controldosomethingwiththetext
endif

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i need the text before and after the codenumberthing

Ok, i can't find a way to do it using StringRegExp(), so here is another method, using loop on StringSplit()...

#include <Array.au3>

$String = 'TextTextTextorsomething{CODE"Number1"}{CODE"Number2"}textblahorwhatever{CODE"Number3"}texttextandeverything'

$aArray = _GetCodesArray($String)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray)

Func _GetCodesArray($sString)
    Local $aSplit = StringSplit($String, '{CODE"'), $aResArray[1]

    For $i = 1 To UBound($aSplit)-1
        If $aSplit[$i] <> '' And $aSplit[$i] <> '}' Then
            If StringLeft($aSplit[$i], 1) = "}" Then $aSplit[$i] = StringTrimLeft($aSplit[$i], 1)
            
            $aResArray[0] += 1
            ReDim $aResArray[$aResArray[0]+1]
            $aResArray[$aResArray[0]] = $aSplit[$i]
        EndIf
    Next
    
    Return $aResArray
EndFunc

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#include <Array.au3>

$Str = 'TextTextTextorsomething{CODE"3456"}{CODE"4567"}textblahorwhatever{CODE"3234888"}texttextandeverything{CODE"3299"}dfghjhfgjh}{hh'

$array = StringRegExp(StringRegExpReplace($Str, '{CODE"(\d*)"}', '§$1§') & '§', '(?s)(.*?)§+', 3)
_ArrayDisplay($array)


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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

trancexx, i think you got it

:)

i cant use the § sign, but thats no problem...§ is rarely used

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Hi Worfox,

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Yeah ty,

i double posted because i could not edit my post, so i created a new...

Sorry if i made some grammar mistakes, im german and its a school english^^

and it looks pretty nice here :)

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