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Replace text in brackets gsub


Replace text in brackets gsub

By : Ryan Watkins
Date : November 18 2020, 11:13 AM
With these it helps I would like to replace text inside of brackets, and that has a colon and a u. , You could use a regex like this:
code :
/\[u\:([\S]+)\]/
<a href='/user/#{$1}'>#{$1}</a>
string.gsub('/\[u\:([\S]+)\]/', '<a href='/user/#{$1}'>#{$1}</a>')


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Replace text inside curly brackets (including the brackets themselves) in a string using Ruby and gsub

Replace text inside curly brackets (including the brackets themselves) in a string using Ruby and gsub


By : AndrewE
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need The string that is yielded is the whole match, so it includes the braces. Since you only want to work with the part in the first capturing group, you can use $1 instead of m in the block.
How to replace brackets in Lua using string.gsub?

How to replace brackets in Lua using string.gsub?


By : Michał Kutra
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you The only characters that need to be escaped inside [] are []%-, all of which are escaped with %. As such, escaping - as follows works:
code :
string.gsub(line, "[0-9%a%s/,%-()]+", "\t")
Remove just the text within square brackets from a string with regex + gsub

Remove just the text within square brackets from a string with regex + gsub


By : Sotexis
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue
code :
text = "This [is] a [fill]-in-the-[blank]"

text.gsub(/(?<=\[).+?(?=\])/, "")
text.gsub(/(?<=\[)[^\]]+?(?=\])/, "")
gsub: replace word if not wrapped in brackets

gsub: replace word if not wrapped in brackets


By : George99
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you You can use negative look around to set constraint to the word boundaries, for instance (? code :
gsub("(?<!\\[)\\b\\w+\\b(?!\\])", "test", x, perl = TRUE)
# [1] "test [hello]"       # assuming this is your desired output
Gsub - regex: Replace all commas except ones between quotes or brackets

Gsub - regex: Replace all commas except ones between quotes or brackets


By : Frédéric BARBIER
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . As long as quote and brackets are balanced and there is no escaped instances you can use this regex with lookahead:
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