Re: Trying to replace vertical pipe...
On 8/26/2010 12:03 PM, Michael Dykman wrote: > Because of string notation, you might have to do some thing like "\\|95\\|" > No, not in XSLT/XPath. Backslash (\) is not special in string literals. So the double-backslash would be passed on to the regular expression, which would interpret it as a literal backslash to be matched. > However, in general for regular expression, using the square brackets > to create a character class takes away the regex magic from most > characters such as '|' and '.' > > ie : "[|]95[|]" > That's one way to do it; but the risk is that it makes other characters magic, such as ']' and '-'. Lars
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