Title: begin and end blocks
Name: Joseph Warwick
Date: 9/12/2005 7:45:07 AM
You capture from beginning to end of a text string you can use
Title: Goes well
Date: 10/16/2004 12:37:48 AM
your expression worked fine with my stored procs. Nice to see this. I am in the making of a regular-expression based T-SQL parser. Just to check with you whether I can request some info from you regarding few expressions.
I tried to capture the text between begin and end blocks using ^begin(.\n)*end$ , but failed miserably.
Thanks in advance,
vcsekhar007 at yahoo.com
Title: Comma Separated Quoted Lists
Name: Dave W
Date: 12/11/2003 5:17:06 PM
Does this do the job in terms of matching a single quoted string spearated commas(".*?",)
Title: More details
Name: James F.
Date: 10/8/2003 6:59:07 PM
I don't have excellent knowledge of SQL queries, but what charaters are allowed within quotes (if they are to be restricted)?
Anyway, you would replace your sub-mask:
by this one: