SQL LIKE REGEXP Matching Single Value and Comma'd String

SQL LIKE REGEXP Matching Single Value and Comma'd String

By : M. A. Azeem
Date : November 18 2020, 03:49 PM
I hope this helps . Just use build in function find_in_set, which search string in comma separated list:
code :
SELECT resource_id,filename,id FROM image WHERE find_in_set('6154',other_vendors)

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MYSQL: REGEXP single quotation matching

MYSQL: REGEXP single quotation matching

By : Kirk
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I am having a trouble matching a string in a MySQL-query with the following regex: , At the beginning:
code :
Matching a templated string in RegExp

Matching a templated string in RegExp

By : Miles Bodzin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. If I understood your query correctly, you need to make the below change:
code :
linkTemplate = linkTemplate.replace(regexp, 'l');
for (var i = 0; i < data.length; i++) {
    var obj = data[i];
    link = linkTemplate; //set the temporary variable with the template script for every data item
    for (key in obj) {
        if (obj.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
            var regexp = new RegExp('\{' + key + '\}', 'g');
            link = link.replace(regexp, obj[key]); //replace the href and title based on data
    document.body.innerHTML += link + '<br/>'; //add the value from the temporary variable to document body.
tcl, regexp matching string

tcl, regexp matching string

By : sands
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue As far as I can see (looking at that log, carefully) the main problem with your regular expression is that it contains an End-Of-Text/Line† anchor ($) yet at no point does the string it is matched against ever contain that; either it doesn't have the text before that anchor in your RE, or it has a space after it. At the very least, try \s$ (well, \\s$) instead so that the space doesn't cause problems.
You might consider using non-greedy REs instead to simplify that RE. Here is what I think would work (without Tcl-syntax backslashes; put it in {braces} to give this to expect without having to inflict backslash-itis on it).
code :
(<emUrl url="(.*?)"/>).*ranosusr@rn2osscs603>\s*$
Javascript regexp: how to create a single matching group

Javascript regexp: how to create a single matching group

By : linzcross
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue The undefined is the group that didn't match. You have a single alternation, each with a capture group.
This is your regex in detail.
code :
   ( [a-z0-9 \.]+ )              # (1)
   (?= ; )
   ( [a-z0-9 \.]+ )              # (2)
 # /\(([a-z0-9 .]+)(?:(?=;).*)?\)/i

 ( [a-z0-9 .]+ )               # (1)
      (?= ; )
Only matching when a string contains ALL characters specified in RegExp

Only matching when a string contains ALL characters specified in RegExp

By : user3611487
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? The issue with your regexp is that [] will tell whether one of @ or . is present.
If order matters, and you want @ to preceed ., you could use:
code :
myString.includes('@') && myString.includes('.')
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