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Izebize

Hi!

I making a tool for Counter-Strike. The game stores an infostring about a player in the memory like this:

\bottomcolor\6\cl_dlmax\128\cl_lc\1\cl_lw\1\cl_updaterate\101\topcolor\30\rate\20000\name\JohnnyJoe\*sid\76561597971125954\model\urban\lang\en

How can I seperate the keys and the values in pairs with RegExp?

I tried StringRegExp($string, "((.*)\\(.*))+"), but it gets me only the first and the last part of the very end "\".

With StringSplit($string, "\") I get the splitted 1d array, and then I can make a 2d array from it easily.

But how can I do the same with RegExp?

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jvanegmond

StringRegExp is still not going to make a 2D array out of it. Why not stick to what you know and leave regular expressions for another time..

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Ascend4nt

I agree with Manadar, if StringSplit works, you're probably better off using that as it'll probably be faster.

However, just for kicks, here's a Regular Expression that'll do it for you:

$array = StringRegExp($string,"[^\\]+",3)

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Izebize

Actually I just want to rip out rate, cl_updaterate and the name fields, but I think I can solve it from here, thanks!

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Izebize

Ok, start from the simple one.

I get the name with ".*(?:name\\)(.*)" but the result contains everything behind it:

JohnnyJoe\*sid\76561597971125954\model\urban\lang\en

I tried to trim it with ".*(?:name\\)(.*)\\.*", but it doesn't works.

How can I trim that part too?

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GEOSoft

".*(?:name\\)(.*?)\\.*"


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Izebize

Superb, thank you!

Now I just have to do the same for rate, cl_updaterate and combine together with some group.

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Izebize

Why isn't it works?

".*(?:(?:rate\\)|(?:name\\))(.*?)\\.*"

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#include <Array.au3>

Dim $sStr = '\bottomcolor\6\cl_dlmax\128\cl_lc\1\cl_lw\1\cl_updaterate\' & _
            '101\topcolor\30\rate\20000\name\JohnnyJoe\*sid\76561597971' & _
            '125954\model\urban\lang\en'

Dim $sPattern = '(?i:name|cl_updaterate|rate)\\([^\\]*+)'
Dim $aMatch = StringRegExp($sStr, $sPattern, 3)

If IsArray($aMatch) Then _ArrayDisplay($aMatch)

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