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QuestionHow to extract all words - using regular expression Pin
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jschell27-Oct-23 10:11
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Salvatore Terress wrote:
Where is my error ??


Your question is not specific to regular expressions but also to what is running the regular expression engine. But you did not provide that information.

A 'g' is something that is external to regular expressions. So where you are using it is important and the only clue you provided is 'EditLine_RegExp' which googling for returned no results. But certainly since you didn't escape the backslash for the g that would never work.

Other than that of course there is also the following
- A space is not considered a word. Your capture group includes that.
- There could be more than one space.
- Are you matching on a single line? If not there are other complications.
- If there is ONLY words in your line then it is pointless to use regex at all. Just split it.
- If there are OTHER things besides words then I don't believe what you are doing will work (but again you didn't state what so maybe it is.)
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Questioncalled pointer is null... Pin
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