I suggested to you last week that it would be easier to use string functions to do what you want. Convert the entire string to lower case, then find each word beginning and convert the single letter to upper case.
I was so fixated with the way I wanted to achieve the result that I didn't realise how easy it is to get the result using your suggestion. TBH, with your suggestion I can get the result just using SQL, converting the entire string to lower case (as you suggested) and using a simple SQL function (which I'm familiar with) to Capitalize each word.
I literally would have saved myself 9 hours of trying to figure this out.
I'm a Regex novice (very much learning as I go!) and I am trying to write a regex expression to capture the minimum and maximum temperature values in the string below. I'm hoping someone may be able to help e see where I have gone wrong?
I have to include the m00006341e8 in the string to match as there are several other sensors that report in the overall text string and they all have a different serial number. I need to just extract the max and min values for this particular sensor. I think I've allowed for the fact that the humidity value may change
I have tried the following, but it doesn't seem to be working:
You may also need to look at the surrounding HTML - based on the fragment you've shown, it's not clear whether the data from the other sensors is sufficiently separated from the data you're trying to extract.
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Thanks Richard. Unfortunately, in the software I am using, I don't have an alternative and have to use Regex since that is all that is supported. I've since realised that it IS capturing the minimum temperature correctly, but it is not returning the Maximum temperature for some reason.
This is fantastic. However, my platform uses javase and the following regex was able to pick out the strings without leading 0's e.g. 121 and 122. However, the regex "(9, '0')" doesn't replace 121, and 122 with 000000121 and 000000122. Nevertheless, this is great.
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