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Regular Expression Details

Title Test Find Pattern Title
Expression
\[link="(?<link>((.|\n)*?))"\](?<text>((.|\n)*?))\[\/link\]
Description
This can be used in conjunction with the replace method to provide pseudo-code support without having to enable HTML. The replacement string (in ASP.NET, use RegExp.Replace(SourceString, RegularExpressionPattern, ReplacementString) is &lt;a href=&quot;${link}&quot;&gt;${text}&lt;/a&gt;.
Matches
[link="http://www.yahoo.com"]Yahoo[/link]
Non-Matches
[link]http://www.yahoo.com[/link] | [link=http://www.yahoo.com]Yahoo[/link]
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Title: KOOL! Why don't you reverse it too?
Name: xMANIGHTx
Date: 5/22/2003 4:00:39 PM
Comment:
It would be nice to have the "reverse" function. Something that will change back data retrieved from the DB, from <a href="link">Something here</a> to your [link="link"]Something here[/link] format.


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