Title: Thankyou very much
Date: 11/14/2006 12:42:58 AM
Seems to work well enough. Will use it in a website search function.
Date: 5/12/2004 10:14:13 AM
it also maches:
Title: Doesn't work!
Date: 4/9/2004 6:13:31 AM
As it is, it only matches the trailing '>' of an HTML string. e.g.
Some <b>Bold</b> text
Some <bBold</b text
It does seem overly complex as the 'standard' way of achieving the same thing is:
Still, that's proof that regexes are versatile and there's always more than one way to achieve the same ends!
Title: Here is an example
Date: 10/3/2003 6:21:58 PM
you can see a small example at:
I use it on a small web rss reader, to strip out tags and put them back. I needed to take them out when I called BabelFish translation service.
I hope this helps.
Title: not understanding expression
Date: 10/1/2003 5:30:30 AM
hello, could someone explain this expression to me. i don't understand it. thanks
Title: Try the non-HTML encoded RegExp
Date: 7/29/2003 9:08:27 AM
Did you try the expression as it shows on this screen, where it is listed with ampersand gt colons, and ampersand lt colon, or, did you try the version with actual Less than and Greater than signs.
I think this was entered in in the correct format, but that this web-site is displaying it incorrectly.
Title: don't work
Date: 7/23/2003 7:16:48 PM
Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a1399'
Syntax error in regular expression