JPRegexSample

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Note : Thanks to JPEditText, you can use the Ctrl+V keyboard shortcut to paste text in the text inputs. Here's the list of what is currently supported by JPRegex : CHARACTER CLASSES A : character [ABC] : character set [^ABC] : negated set [A-Z] : range . : any character (except new line if flag 's' is not set) ESCAPED CHARACTERS + : match a reserved character (+*?^$.[]{}()|/) : tabulation character : line feed character w : word -> (alphanumeric & underscore, no accented characters). Equivalent to [A-Za-z0-9_] W : not word -> Matches any character that is not a word character (alphanumeric & underscore). Equivalent to [^A-Za-z0-9_] d : digit -> equivalent to [0-9] D : not digit -> equivalent to [^0-9] s : a white space or tab or line break S : not a white space or tab or line break ANCHORS ^ : beginning $ : end GROUPS AND REFERENCES (ABC) : capturing group QUANTIFIERS AND ALTERNATION + : 1 or more of the preceding token, as much as possible * : 0 or more of the preceding token, as much as possible {1} or {1,3} or {3,} or {,3} : quantifier for the preceding token ? : optional -> quantity of 0 or 1 of the preceding token ? : lazy -> makes the preceding quantifier lazy, causing it to match as few characters as possible. (A|Z) : alternation -> | acts like a OR boolean. The patterns will be tested in order POSIX notations : [[:punct:]] : not whitespace, letters or numbers [[:lower:]] : Equivalent to [a-z] [[:upper:]] : Equivalent to [A-Z] [[:alnum:]] : Equivalent to [A-Za-z0-9] [[:alpha:]] : Equivalent to [A-Za-z] [[:blank:]] : Equivalent to [ ] -> Matches spaces and tabs (but not newlines) [[:digit:]] : Equivalent to [0-9] [[:word:]] : Equivalent to w or [a-zA-Z0-9_] SUBSTITUTION : $1 : capture group -> Inserts the results of the specified capture group. $$ : escaped $ -> Inserts a $ sign $& : match -> Inserts the matched text FLAGS : U : ungreedy : will be as_few_as_possible by default and '?' following a quantifier will make it greedy s : single line -> the dot (.) ca also match new lines