Title: Use this to scripts exactly.
Date: 10/31/2008 10:47:11 AM
Not to be matched...
Title: my fix
Date: 9/2/2008 1:09:28 PM
this is what i used to get a better result with this
Title: I should follow up
Name: Dave S
Date: 12/22/2004 2:56:16 PM
Note: I suppose I should explain my previous post more...
I began using the original expressino from Bassel:
But then changed in favour of Dave Rossow's solution (to workaround multiple occurances:
but i noticed that his solution doesn't match any occurances of a "<script>" tag with whitespace like this: < script>
also doesn't match:
So, in my previous post, i've made a modification to Dave Rossow's earlier expression. It apperas to be working for me, but I wonder if there's a better method than:
Title: Whitespace inside < script > tags
Date: 12/22/2004 2:51:23 PM
< script > < /script >
How could this expression be modified to match script tags if there is whitespace?
Title: requires to be changed for being..end
Date: 10/16/2004 12:44:36 AM
Please advise on how to change this expression if I should not use
to capture anything between the words "begin" and "end" (like in T-SQL).
Thanks in advance,
Title: This is my title
Date: 2/13/2004 3:25:36 PM
Woo! I was just looking for something like this. Here's another way to solve the multiple occurances problem...
Title: Multiple Occurrences Solution
Name: Dave Rossow
Date: 2/2/2004 8:15:43 PM
The solution below solves the problem of multiple occurrences.
Title: sorry for the spam
Name: Ben Hoskins
Date: 6/10/2003 8:42:38 AM
just quickly fixed this expression - it should be:
Title: Bug Problem
Name: Ben Hoskins
Date: 6/10/2003 8:21:23 AM
I'm using this regex for replacing script - the only problem is that if there's two or more script tags on a page it'll grab all in between...
the page is:
say i do a replace on this string in vb.net - it'll do this:
anyone any suggestions?
Title: News Spider Product Developer
Name: Mike Martinez
Date: 3/24/2003 4:45:25 PM
How do you handle /script in C#? With escape character and all???