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516Re: [NTS] Re: regular expression to find anything up to two spaces in a row ...

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  • Don
    Jun 21, 2011
      Yes the two spaces are certain to occur :-)

      I am limited I supposed in my understanding so I didn't make the
      assumption you made. Now that you explain it like that I guess it makes
      sense. What I am trying to do is use two spaces as a delimiter in
      essence. I will actually be discarding the spaces as unnecessary in
      what I am doing.

      Off to look up (?= ) and see what it means.

      On 6/21/2011 7:54 PM, Axel Berger wrote:
      > Eb wrote:
      >> Actually, I would expect the assertion:
      >> (?= )
      >> to find a string ending in 2 spaces, without including the
      >> two spaces in the match.
      > Yes, you're right and that's probably better than my
      > ^!Find "(?s)(.+?)( {2,})" RSTI1
      > but it has the same problem. Don specified
      >> everything and anything unless until I
      >> encounter two spaces in a row ...
      > which I took to mean the two spaces may or may not occur, as is usual
      > when using negative classes. If they're certain to do, then things get
      > much easier.
      > Axel
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