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QuestionParsing a string with match groups Pin
Dominick Marciano23-Aug-13 10:47
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Let me start by saying that I'm not the greatest with Regular Expressions, but from research it seems that they are the best way to go for what I need; I just don't fully understand how to use them with matching groups.

In my application I need to parse a boolean string that can have any number of parameters. The following are some examples:
Name=John or Name=Jane
Name=John or Name=Jane and Date=Now

I need to be parse any variation of these strings ('and' and 'or' are the only boolean operators that can be present) so that I get a list such as:
Name=John
or
Name=Jane
and
Date=Now

I don't need to parse the strings with the '=' sign, but I do need the 'or' & 'and' operators so when I build my query in code I know how to connect each statement to the next (ie:Name=John should be ORed with Name=Jane which should be ANDed with Date=Now) So far I have only been able to get a list such as
Name=John
Name=Jane
Date=Now

by using the following code:
VB
Dim Pattern As String = "(\S+\x3D\S+)"

While Regex.Matches(query, Pattern).Count > 0
   Dim oMatches As MatchCollection = Regex.Matches(query, Pattern)
   For Each oMatch In oMatches
      Dim Operand1 = oMatch.Groups(0).Value
   Next
End While

but I lose the boolean operators in the process. If anyone could please help me with a regular expression so I would get the groups I have now, but with the operators in between the appropriate expressions, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
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QuestionMatching a string. Pin
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