On Fri, 01 Oct 2004 06:17:15 -0000, frank visser wrote:
>btw, does your regex also catch the 'URL?xxxx' varieties?
You also wrote me previously:
>in WebQA i found this regex, if that helps:
So I added
(each \ must be \ed an extra time because of the C++ compiler) into my
string, thus getting
Regexp reXenu =
so I get a match for
and this regexp works for all links on
but no match on your site for for
obviously, top domains are a problem, as are URLs with "/" at the end,
and URLs with just a directory name.
That is what I meant ("can of worms")
>the one with the relative link is the tricky one:
>this URL has to be completed to http://www.intel.com/corporate/...
>etc., but how can this be done?
No, that is no problem. However I did not find that particular link.