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Regex: To pull out a sub-string between two tags in a string


By : vholstein
Date : July 27 2020, 02:00 AM
like below fixes the issue I have a file in the following format:
code :
\[start\]\s*(((?!\[start\]|\[end\]).)+)\s*\[end\]


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Regex: Match a string between two tags in a string


By : Rk Reddy
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Why are you using a regex for this? I am not familiar with the Java libraries, but I would imagine there is a library that would allow you to do XQueries using XPaths. That would be the simpler approach.
Here is a website that shows examples

Get a string with HTML tags inside a larger string with ColdFusion regex


By : rb g
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. In order to get a subtext from a longer string, you need to match everything up to what you need, capture what you need with a capturing group (...), and then match the rest of the string up to the end. The replacement is \1 back-reference that references the text captured by the capturing group.
So, use
code :
#REReplace("Remove this please <p>Make this Display Please</p> Remove this please", ".*<p>(.*?)</p>.*", "\1", "All")#

Extracting tags and text between tags using regex on an string with XML tags


By : Lucas Ferrero
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out It is a bad idea to use regex to parse xml. Using a regex there is no way of identifying a complete element from opening to closing tag (a regex cannot "remember" a number of occurances).
However why your regex fails in this specific case:
code :
String re1="<([^>]+)>"; // Tag 1
String re2="([^<]*)"; // Variable Name 1
String re3="</([^>]+)>"; // Tag 2
System.out.println(tag1.toString().replaceAll("<|>", ""));
System.out.println(tag1.toString().replaceAll("[<>]", ""));

How can I get the string between repeated DYNAMIC html tags in a string using javascript? (No regex unless its the only


By : Vedigoundan Gurunath
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps This is pretty trivial, assuming the comments will always be wrapped in a node with class partial_entry:
code :
var commentNodes = document.getElementsByClassName('partial_entry');
var comments = [];
for (var i = 0; i < commentNodes.length; i++) {
  comments.push(commentNodes[i].innerText);
}

I have an xml string and I want to to use regex.Replace in C# to add 2 more tags to the exixtsing string. How can i Do t


By : Ruben Vargas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Using regex can work, but I would suggest loading the XML into an XMLDocument and modifying that specific node. It is much simpler to code and also easier to read by the next guy working on it.
While regex is a powerful tool, I don't think it is the right tool for this job.
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