I am aware of OR ( | ), but is there logical NOT in the
PERL regex syntax?
The task would be the following: to extract the relative
links (i.e. the href property of the "a" element) from an HTML file, even if it
is not enclosed in quotation marks. This means I don't want to retrieve
I would express the following string, and capture (extract) the content of the second parenthesis.
( <a href=" OR <a href=)
OR \s OR " ) THEN (
The best regexp I could do is this, but it does not handle the case of / #
/(<a href="|<a href=)([^"]*?)(\s|")/gi)
Does anyone know the answer, and help me? Thanks in advance,
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