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Regular Expression Details

Title Test Find Pattern Title
Expression
</?(\w+)(\s+\w+=(\w+|"[^"]*"|'[^']*'))*>
Description
Finds any HTML tag and sub-matches properties weather it has an apposterphee, quote, or no quote/apposterphee
Matches
<TD> | <TD bgColor="FFFFFF"> | </TD>
Non-Matches
No Tag Here ...
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Title: html tag
Name: matt
Date: 5/2/2015 1:01:36 PM
Comment:
<note> <to>Tove</to> <from>Jani</from> <heading>Reminder</heading> <body>Don't forget me this weekend!</body> </note>


Title: Google is your friend...
Name: Mantander Singh
Date: 8/26/2009 10:44:15 AM
Comment:
Best spelling of "apostrophe" I've ever seen, well done there! And coders love to code whenever, wherever, whether the weather is good or bad!


Title: Whitespace / Self closing tag Fix
Name: Sam
Date: 5/19/2005 12:18:01 PM
Comment:
I find the following works well: </?(\w+)(\s+\w+=(\w+|"[^"]*"|'[^']*'))*\s*?/?> Handles self closing tags <br /> and whitespace: <p >


Title: Doesn't match tags with whitespace
Name: Prem
Date: 2/24/2004 6:05:48 AM
Comment:
This does not match valid XHTML self-closing tags, eg: <br /> <hr /> <input name="submit" type="submit" value="Submit" /> Or tags with unexpected whitespace (but which are still parsed by the browser), eg: <p > <form >


Title: Engineer
Name: Paltonio Daun Fraga
Date: 1/20/2004 6:18:53 AM
Comment:
Thanks you for your usefull examples of html tag parsing. Normally I absorve raw data from html files from THE brazilian CNPq Curriculum Vitae OF ABOUT 400 TEACHERS, IN DELPHI, Now I am trying to absorve thesis abstracts from the university library database. so We will have not one but the whole set of data from almost 5000 thesis of our faculty FFLCH-USP. So thanks a lot.


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