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Subject: [Boost-users] [regex] stuck with expression syntax / exception
From: Thomas (firespot71_at_[hidden])
Date: 2015-03-14 12:31:45
I am pretty much a complete novice to the boost::regex library, and
stuck with the following snippet:
std::string String = " (of 1000 elements; 67.10%)";
std::cout << boost::regex_match(String, boost::regex("^ (of \\d+
elements; .+%)$")) << std::endl;
std::cout << boost::regex_match(String, boost::regex(" (of \\d+
elements;.+")) << std::endl;
catch(boost::regex_error const &)
std::cout << "caught boost::regex_error!";
First, why does the first not match?
Second, why does the second throw?
The idea of the regex is that the first number is an integer, and for
the percentage number the formatting is unspecified but must terminate
with '%'; otherwise all characters must match exactly.
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