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Re: Regex match last

by Neighbour (Friar)
on Aug 20, 2012 at 10:14 UTC ( #988423=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Regex match last

Try this. It uses @ as alternate regex-character (instead of /) and captures any (single) tag within a line.
#!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $data = '<c:t="AD2343"/><c:p>65677676</c:p>'; if ($data =~ m@.*(<c:[^>]*/>).*@) { print("Match: [$1]\n"); }

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Re^2: Regex match last
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 20, 2012 at 10:34 UTC

    This does not match the required text in the following code :

    <w:body><w:p w:rsidR="00A654E7" w:rsidRPr="00AD741F" w:rsidRDefault="00A654E7" w:rsidP="00A654E7"><w:pPr><w:pStyle w:val="Standard"/><w:rPr><w:rFonts w:asciiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:hAnsiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:cstheme="minorHAnsi"/><w:sz w:val="20"/><w:szCs w:val="20"/></w:rPr></w:pPr><w:r w:rsidRPr="00AD741F"/></w:body>

    I want only these to be matched :

    1<w:pStyle w:val="Standard"/> 2<w:rPr><w:rFonts w:asciiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:hAnsiTheme="minorHAnsi" +w:cstheme="minorHAnsi"/> 3<w:sz w:val="20"/> 4<w:r w:rsidRPr="00AD741F"/>

      #! perl -slw use strict; m[(<[^/>]+/>)] and print "'$1'" while <DATA>; __DATA__ <w:body> <w:p w:rsidR="00A654E7" w:rsidRPr="00AD741F" w:rsidRDefault="00A654E7 +" w:rsidP="00A654E7"> <w:pPr> <w:pStyle w:val="Standard"/> <w:rPr> <w:rFonts w:asciiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:hAnsiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:cs +theme="minorHAnsi"/> <w:sz w:val="20"/> <w:szCs w:val="20"/> </w:rPr> </w:pPr> <w:r w:rsidRPr="00AD741F"/> </w:body>


      C:\test>junk23 '<w:pStyle w:val="Standard"/>' '<w:rFonts w:asciiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:hAnsiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:csthe +me="minorHAnsi"/>' '<w:sz w:val="20"/>' '<w:szCs w:val="20"/>' '<w:r w:rsidRPr="00AD741F"/>'

      BTW: Your sample XML is broken. The second level tag, <w:p ...> is never closed which will break strict XML parsers

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      No kidding. Your original post specified <c:.../> and your current 'does not match' code uses <w:.../>. You asked for a tool to turn a cross-head screw into a board, and when given a cross-head screwdriver say 'ok, but I cannot use it to turn this slotted screw'.


      In that case, you'll want:
      #!/usr/bin/perl use strict; use warnings; my $data = '<w:body><w:p w:rsidR="00A654E7" w:rsidRPr="00AD741F" w:rsi +dRDefault="00A654E7" w:rsidP="00A654E7"><w:pPr><w:pStyle w:val="Stand +ard"/><w:rPr><w:rFonts w:asciiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:hAnsiTheme="minorH +Ansi" w:cstheme="minorHAnsi"/><w:sz w:val="20"/><w:szCs w:val="20"/>< +/w:rPr></w:pPr><w:r w:rsidRPr="00AD741F"/></w:body>'; print "Matches found:\n" . join (",\n", $data =~ m@(<[^>]*/>)@g) . "\n +";
      Matches found: <w:pStyle w:val="Standard"/>, <w:rFonts w:asciiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:hAnsiTheme="minorHAnsi" w:csthem +e="minorHAnsi"/>, <w:sz w:val="20"/>, <w:szCs w:val="20"/>, <w:r w:rsidRPr="00AD741F"/>
      show your code

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