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```(S=(SN=a1)
(I1=(IN=s%1)(NM=1)
(HL=(HLD=kkk kjkjk)(ST=st1)(HI=REM SSS)(H_M=9)(HL=72)(EB=0)
+kk)(PN=9905)(HH=llkjk))(DD=(LLL=kkk))))
(ppp=1)(RAW=kkk)(DN=kkk)(RIN=ppp))
(PPP=1)
(AA=LLI)
(SN=a2)
(I1=(IN=s%1)(NM=1)
(HL=(HLD=kkk kjkjk)(ST=st2)(HI=REM SSS)(H_M=9)(HL=72)(EB=0)
+kk)(PN=9905)(HH=llkjk))(DD=(LLL=kkk))))
(ppp=1)(RAW=kkk)(DN=kkk)(RIN=ppp))
(PPP=1)
(AA=PPP))

How do i retrieve the value of "AA" or "ST" For each (SN) above? Thank you

In reply to Re^3: Help with regular expression by ng
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