tells all you need. takes some time to understand, though.
On 20 Nov 2008, at 11:46, niki wrote:
> and i want to get "Seat" "1" "AEKARAS"
You’ll need to be more specific – one example doesn’t give enough
information about the format.
But it could be like this:
Possibly with some linebreak-swallowing machinery, bearing in mind
that (i) all regexp implementations are slightly different (I’ve been
using Perl and Java regex more recently than Max) and (ii) my regexp
chops are pretty rusty and (iii) your input syntax isn’t specified; so
consider this a starting point, and do a LOT of testing.
It’s like the old joke: you have a problem, so you come up with a
regexp to solve it. You now have two problems.
Good luck with your gambling application.
Nick Rothwell / Cassiel.com Limited
This regex parses the example that you gave but without knowing more about the task you want to achieve in general it might not help so much.
It looks for the string "". then it returns any characters up until "
thx very much, that worked perfect on the files (it