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Golang to match dash(hyphen) character


Golang to match dash(hyphen) character

By : Michael Maardt
Date : November 18 2020, 11:13 AM
To fix this issue
How do I match characters that are not alphanumeric ,not -(dash) and not a space?
code :
[^A-Za-z0-9\s-]


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Hyphen vs Dash : Replace Dash with Hyphen

Hyphen vs Dash : Replace Dash with Hyphen


By : user1972788
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Alright so we had a problem recently , You can use NCHAR(8211) for the en dash, or NCHAR(8212) for em dash.
Regex to match anything but an alphanumeric character or a hyphen

Regex to match anything but an alphanumeric character or a hyphen


By : Francisco Ríos Molin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help First of all, you're wrong about REFindNoCase('^[[:alnum:]]', ARGUMENTS.Username) being fine. It checks if the first character is alphnumeric.
code :
$ for q in Abcdef Abc123 Abc-123 Abc/123 ; do
   if echo "$q" | grep -qP '^[[:alnum:]]'
   then echo "$q: match"
   else echo "$q: no match"
   fi
done
Abcdef: match
Abc123: match
Abc-123: match
Abc/123: match
[^[:alnum:]]
$ for q in Abcdef Abc123 Abc-123 Abc/123 ; do
   if echo "$q" | grep -qP '[^[:alnum:]]'
   then echo "$q: match"
   else echo "$q: no match"
   fi
done
Abcdef: no match
Abc123: no match
Abc-123: match
Abc/123: match
[^[:alnum:]-]
$ for q in Abcdef Abc123 Abc-123 Abc/123 ; do
   if echo "$q" | grep -qP '[^[:alnum:]-]'
   then echo "$q: match"
   else echo "$q: no match"
   fi
done
Abcdef: no match
Abc123: no match
Abc-123: no match
Abc/123: match
Split string containg dash/hyphen character in Java

Split string containg dash/hyphen character in Java


By : Sourabh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out The String you are trying to split has a "en dash" (U+2013), while you try to split with a "HYPHEN-MINUS" (U+002D). Seeing the difference with your eyes is pretty hard (dash is slighly longer), but they are different symbols.
just copy and paste the en dash into your split method and it should work:
code :
String[] arr=sample.split(" – ");
Match hyphen/dash next to a Certain Letters

Match hyphen/dash next to a Certain Letters


By : sumukh joshi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Input file: , This matches a hyphen preceded by A, C, G or T: (?<=[ACGT])-
Match hyphen in combination with new line character

Match hyphen in combination with new line character


By : Dominik Gierse
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Try using a lookahead to identify the newline, rather than including it in part of the sub operation:
code :
string = re.sub(r'-(?=\n)', '', string)
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