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I made the changes you suggested. Changing the == to eq gave me back an empty output file and changing the double quotes to single quotes gives me the same output as before. I am extracting what I want from the file, but it seems to stop before the "ADJ TO TOTALS" part of the regex.

There are 0.00 all over the file, so looking for just 0.00 will return almost everything from the original file. The 0.00 in that particular string at column 118 is where it is meaningful for me and if it is there I want the entire array from NAME to ADJ TO TOTALS. I can't see any reason why it would cut off the regex before the end.

Thanks for your help!

In reply to Re^2: Regex Not Grabbing Everything by JonDepp
in thread Regex Not Grabbing Everything by JonDepp

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