You searched for the word(s):
< 1 second(s)
Now I tried this one:
and it returns the wished result also when the search string is on multible lines.
BUT, is that correct/best way to do ...
That was really helpful.
Now I have this
which gives me the result I want WHEN all the search string is on one line. When there is a line feed (or CRLF) f.ex. between ...
Ok, sorry...I try again. :-)
You have understood correct the first part.
The second part is: I want to find spesific chars/strings inside the result of the first part.
<member><name>Some Nice Name</name><string>Here
& here is some special characters & ...
Thanks from your answers!
I agree with being spesific (when possible) about how far to search ahead.
Unfortunately I still do not get how to get a regex that finds the spesific chars/words inside the start and end match.
I tried this:
(?<=<member><name>Some Nice ...
I had locked my question at first, so now I hope someone still finds this, and perhaps could give me some ideas how to make the right regex.
Any help appreciated.
I did not manage to find appropriate script for my need in this fantastic forum, so I hope someone could help me with this case.
(I believe this is quite trivial for one who really knows regex (I have just used some well known scripts in my code and not able quickly create this one).)
Here is information of what I have got so far ...