From Code Trash
The following are my own experiments and some are excerpts from other sources
Matching strings - substrings
Here i am trying to extract the string between a src attribute of any tag
My condition was string between starting src="...". I am extracting the text which are three dots.
Here i am a bit furtuer of including http://www.youtube.com because i want to extract the request uri of a youtube video
$arr= array(); preg_match("/src=(\"|\')http:\/\/www.youtube.com\/(.*?)\"/",$url,$arr); print_r($arr);
Matching HTML Tags
Matching string between two strings
I wouldn't use regex either for this, but if you must this expression should work:
If there won't be any other tags between the two tags, this regex is a little safer, and more efficient:
Remove Tags Two
Remove script and tags like that
What about the above versions... i hope it does not include new line and the following
will include newline.
use other tags in the place of script. Combining this with the above regex we have the new one like this...
Numbers with trailing dot
I want to find all numbers ending with . example is 1., 12., 123. and i tried the following and it worked.
One digit and a dot
I want just one number and a dot to be searched and i used the following.
I tried the following and got only matches like 1.0 34.34 here you to make . optional and included
Remove all control characters
The pattern [\x00-\x1f] matches all control characters including the NUL character.
str = str.replace(/[\x00-\x1f]/,'')
Matching Date format
- I am trying to match this format 12/21/2010
- where first set first number sh ould not be more than 1
- in the second set the first number should not be more than 3
- in the third set in 2010 for the next 90 years 20 is constant
- the last two numbers can vary
These are the steps i kept in mind to create this and it is working...
Match string with a character as optional
var protocol = window.location.href.match(/https?:\/\//) // alert protocol
Here slashes are predefined so it is preceding with a back slash. When i checked w3schools the window.protocol returns http: or https: but not the two trailing slahes... what could be the reason... i have to find it.
also i used http(s):// in regex and it worked and this one too... http(s)?://
Match last word with an optional forward slash
Match a quoted text zero or more times
Matches an exact word
Matches any quoted string
Match all hyperlinks
this i modified from the above but there should be another direct way to find all hyper links within quotes
From Tiny MCE editor ip, url, ssn, cc, isbn, zip, phone, hexcolor and user
Remove characters from string
val = val.replace(/[^a-z 0-9]+/gi,''); where g for all occurrences and i for case insensitive.
Matching first and last character
I have a string like '[sample]' and i want match [ as first and ] as last. so it gives [sample] and if (.*) is
included for back reference then you get [sample],sample in an array.
Extracting hostname from HTTP_REFERRER
Matching newline in multiline text without using DOT with an alternate
Find the length of a string or a range in length with backreference in regex
Capturing and not capturing - Subpatterns
Regular expressions that i should remember
Regex in C language using regcomp and regexec