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QuestionHow to "match" multiple occurrences of item in text ? ( Regular expression ) Pin
Salvatore Terress12-Nov-23 6:40
Salvatore Terress12-Nov-23 6:40 
I am asking a question about regular expression.
I am NOT looking for references to AI regular expression generators.

Here in my text to find matches of ALL "hci" in it:

"Devices:\n\thci1\t00:50:B6:80:4D:5D\n\thci0\t00:15:83:15:A2:CB\n"

Here is my attempt to accomplish that task

C++
QRegularExpression re("(hci[0-9]+)"); // matches first hci1  twice


It matches only first occurrence of hci1" and twice

Please follow the established CodeProject instruction and read the post.

PLEASE no references to AI regular expression generators.

I need to learn TO BUILD regular repression - specially how to write it so it will attempt to match multiple items.

PS I did try to use "global match" , no go.
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QuestionHow do you pass an int by reference to a function? Pin
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