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thanks to you, I almost found the error of the regex but because there are different styles on the text authors there are crawled just the authors who match the firs style, they with the different one does not. I need to make any union of two regex expresions to take both of them.

<td\sclass="coauthor"\sstyle="text-align:right;background:[^"]+"><a\sh +ref="([^"]+)">([^>]+)<\/a>

here to put any union or "and" expression

<td\sclass="coauthor"\sstyle="text-align:right;"><a\shref="([^"]+)">([^>]+)<\/a>

I mean between of this two parts it is needed any union expresion(I don't know what to put), because with "or" | it takes still just the first and authors with the second style does not match.. Am I right, or not? Any suggestion?


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