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Re^2: Help with a regular expression for file name parsingby bontchev (Sexton)
|on Dec 07, 2011 at 12:01 UTC||Need Help??|
I am sorry, but I can't make sense of your answer. :-( If the part marked as "code" is supposed to be a script that works - well, it doesn't; it just produces a bunch of errors.
But let's concentrate just on the regular expression, because this is what I asked for. Sadly, that doesn't work, either. :-(
Let's start with something easy:
This doesn't output anything at all, meaning that the parsing fails.
If we setmy $data = "\@include \'test test\'";
this outputsFile name: "'test"
which is totally wrong. It should outputFile name: "test test"
If we trymy $data = "\@include \"test test\"";
this produces the similarly wrongFile name: ""test"
And finally, if we trymy $data = "\@include test\\ test";
it also produces no output, meaning that the matching fails
Any better suggestions?