RE: two regexp related questions
If you're on XSLT 2.0, you really want to be using <xsl:analyze-string> for this. ________________________________________ From: Julian Reschke [julian.reschke@xxxxxx] Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2011 1:45 PM To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: two regexp related questions Hi there, I've got two regexp-related questions. 1) Is it correct that XSLT/XPath2's regular expressions do not support non-capturing groups (as shown in <http://www.exampledepot.com/egs/java.util.regex/NoGroup.html>)? 2) With respect to analyze-string, and the captured regex-groups: I'm using a regex like ([A-Z]+) = ([A-Z]+) ( ; ([A-Z]+) = ([A-Z]+) )* for matching things like a=b;c=d;e=f Works fine, but the regex-group function only returns values for the last match, so, with the example above, I can capture a=b (because it's a non-repeating part) and e=f I've worked around this by using recursion, feeding the "remainder" into another template. Is there a simpler way to achieve this? Best regards, Julian
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