raviv1 Super Contributor.
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Regex

Hello All,

I read the FlexConnector Guide and understood the types of connectors.

In regex, we use characters like d, D, S, s, W, w etc.

Can someone provide me any document to understand meaning of these characters?

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sujansures Absent Member.
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Re: Regex

Hi ​,

Regex or Regular Expression is a special pattern for describing text strings.

A document on Regex Flex connector guide by ​ is very helping on this.

Hope this should help.

Thanks,

sujan

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raviv1 Super Contributor.
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Re: Regex

Thanks Sujan.

It's helpful.

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rkent1 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Regex

This website, while not the prettiest, is probably the best Regex guidance website I know of -> Regular-Expressions.info - Regex Tutorial, Examples and Reference - Regexp Patterns

It is important to know what "flavour" or regex you are working with though, and that is Perl-5-compatible

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neo12 Absent Member.
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Re: Regex

D,d use for digit numbers

S,s use for strings

W,w use for letters

but depends on situations you should use capital or normal ...

regards

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stuxmen1 Absent Member.
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siemmetry Absent Member.
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