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Regular Expressions Help

Regular Expressions Help

Regular Expressions Help

(OP)
I need help to fix a regular expression phrase I am testing for.

I have a string that will always contain the string "]C1".  I have been handling that fine for many years using the regular expression ........

"][Cc]1"

But now, I have to also handle the string as EITHER "]C1" or "[C1".  I am not sure how to modify this regular expression phrase to handle the open bracket.

I tried ....... "[]\[][Cc]1" ;

But, it doesn't compile.

Can somebody out here please help me.  I need to be able to handle EITHER "[" or "]" in my string.

Any help on how I need to modify my regular expression phrase is appreciated.

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!

Stay Cool Ya'll!    smile2

-- Kristin

RE: Regular Expressions Help

what's the backslash for ?

makes sense that way [\[\]] and will compile

RE: Regular Expressions Help

(OP)
Thanks for the help.  I finally got it to work as ....

"[[]]"

Weird, but it works.

Stay Cool Ya'll!    smile2

-- Kristin

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