From: A. Johan (aj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-21 22:39:54
I'm developing an application that uses boost::regex library and ms visual
c++ 2003 (7.1).
I'm trying to split a string into a smaller set of strings by using
regex_split. However I would like to skip if the split character is prefixed
Typically I would use the following regex - (?<!\\);
Where in c++ it would be something like std::string s("(?<!\\\\);")
Compiles ok but I will get an exception when I try to use it as a parameter
to the regex - boost::regex(s)
So would appreciate any pointers or ideas or am I just doing I plainly
Cheers & have a good day all.
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