From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-31 04:54:04
Danny Gilbert wrote:
> Hi ! I work with Visual Studio 2003, C++. I am reading data from a
> in a std::wstring. (It works fine) I want to find with
> boost::regex_search a
> pattern like the following:
> @@FOREACH(item in list) data @@END
> I want 3 substrings (submatch) like the following: 1- item 2-
> list 3- data
> We can have line feed, carriage return, space, etc. between ( and
> between ) and the data, and between data and @@END.
> So the following must work:
> @@FOREACH( item in list )
> I DID MANY THINGS (TRY AND ERROR) AND I CAN FIND the first submatch
> item and
> the second submatch list. The third submatch never works. It don't
> see the @@END command (instruction) and get all the remaining stuff
> of the string. I
> used Regex Coach software and Rad Regex Designer but with theses
> my REGEX expression works.
> What is the correct REGEX expression with BOOST ????
Well the same as for any other regex package!
Off the top of my head, how about something like:
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