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QuestionHow to "match" multiple occurrences of item in text ? ( Regular expression ) Pin
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Salvatore Terress14-Nov-23 6:41
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Since my last post is nowhere to be found here...
I do appreciate all help resolving the issue.

And since posting code was requested, here it is.
It generally works retrieving multiple matches...
such as "hci1 hci0 "
what is missing is to retrieve PAIR of matches
such as
"hci1 00:xx:yy...
in other words I can retrieve name or address but not BOTH.

I would be grateful if somebody can give me the actual code and explanation how to match PAIR of values.

As can be seen - I did try different placement of parentheses
" (...)" but it did not work.







C++
{// global matching code block

                    text = " START MATCH NAME AND ADDRESS CODE BLOCK ";
                    textEditPtr_DEBUG->append(text);

#ifdef TASK
              DELETED 
#endif

                    QString word;
                    QStringList words;
                    QString pattern = "Devices:\n\thci1\t00:50:B6:80:4D:5D\n\thci0\t00:15:83:15:A2:CB\n";
                    //QRegularExpression re("(\\w+)");
                    //QRegularExpression re("([0-F]{2}[:-]){5})");
                    //QRegularExpression re("([0-F]{2}[:])"); // match xx:
                    //QRegularExpression re("(([0-F]{2}[:]){5}[0-F]{2})"); // TOK match full BOTH addressxx:
                    // QRegularExpression re("((hci[0-9])(([0-F]{2}[:]){5}[0-F]{2}))"); NO GO 
                    //QRegularExpression re("(hci[0-9])"); TOK
                    QRegularExpression re("(([0-F]{2}[:]){5}[0-F]{2})");
                    QRegularExpressionMatchIterator i = re.globalMatch(pattern);
               
                    text = " HAS MATCH MULTI";
                    qDebug()<< text;

                    textEditPtr_DEBUG->append(text);
#ifdef BYPASS no go
                    foreach(auto item,i)
                    {
                    text = " TEST foreach ";
                    text += item;
                    qDebug()<< text;

                    textEditPtr_DEBUG->append(text);
                    }

#endif
                    while (i.hasNext()) {
                    QRegularExpressionMatch match = i.next();
                    word = match.captured(1);
                    words << word;
                    qDebug()<< word;

                    text =  " Full match name and address...  ";
                    text += word;
                    qDebug()<< text;

                    textEditPtr_DEBUG->append(text);
                    //}
                    }
#ifdef BYPASS
                    else
                    {
                    text = " NO MATCH  MULTI";
                    }
#endif
                    qDebug()<< text;

                    text = " END MATCH ADDRESS CODE BLOCK ";
                    textEditPtr_DEBUG->append(text);

                }

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