From: Lorenzo Bettini (bettini_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-04-29 06:17:16
is there a way to access the subexpressions in a tree-like manner?
For instance, suppose I have this regular expression
that matches against this string
the results are
I need to format the matched part with tags, say, like this
but in order to do this, when I inspect what, I'd need to know that
it has two subexpressions, while I cannot know that what and what
are indeed subexpressions of what...
That is to say, subexpressions are flattened.
thanks in advance
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