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|p2= pattern: [[String]] - Format [[:Category:Command Group: Regular Expression (Regex)|regex pattern]]
 
|p2= pattern: [[String]] - Format [[:Category:Command Group: Regular Expression (Regex)|regex pattern]]
  
|p3= offset: [[Number]] - (Optional, default: 0) The ''offset has to be smaller then {{ic|[[count]] ''haystack''}} and {{ic|>= 0}}
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|p3= offset: [[Number]] - (Optional, default: 0) The ''offset'' has to be smaller then {{ic|[[count]] haystack}} and {{ic|>{{=}} 0}}
  
 
|x1= <code>"wooKie boOkie cookie" [[{{PAGENAMEE}}]] [".ookie/gio"] {{cc|<nowiki>[["wooKie",0],["boOkie",7],["cookie",14]]</nowiki>}}</code>
 
|x1= <code>"wooKie boOkie cookie" [[{{PAGENAMEE}}]] [".ookie/gio"] {{cc|<nowiki>[["wooKie",0],["boOkie",7],["cookie",14]]</nowiki>}}</code>

Revision as of 08:30, 25 April 2021

-wrong parameter ("arma3dev") defined!-[[:Category:Introduced with arma3dev version 2.05|2.05]]
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Description

Description:
Offsets are relative to haystack start, ignoring the provided startOffset. startOffset being <0 or >= count hayStack will trigger a script error and return empty array
Groups:
Regular Expression (Regex)

Syntax

Syntax:
haystack regexFind [pattern, startOffset]
Parameters:
haystack: String
pattern: String - Format regex pattern
offset: Number - (Optional, default: 0) The offset has to be smaller then count haystack and >= 0
Return Value:
[[match1, offset1], [match2, offset2], ... [matchN, offsetN]]

Examples

Example 1:
"wooKie boOkie cookie" regexFind [".ookie/gio"] // [["wooKie",0],["boOkie",7],["cookie",14]]
Example 2:
"wooKie boOkie cookie" regexFind [".ookie/i"] // [["wooKie",0]]
Example 3:
"wooKie boOkie cookie" regexFind [".ookie/"] // [["wooKie",0],["boOkie",7],["cookie",14]]
Example 4:
Multiline example:"co1kie2 co2kie" regexFind ["^co.kie$"] // [["co1kie",0],["co2kie",8]]
Example 5:
"I'm a cookie clicker" regexFind ["c(.*?)k(.*?)e/i"] // [["cookie",6],["oo",7],["i",10]]
Example 6:
"I'm a cookie clicker" regexFind ["c(.*?)k(.*?)e"] // [["cookie",6],["oo",7],["i",10],["clicke",13],["lic",14],["",18]]

Additional Information

See also:
regexMatch regexReplace

Notes

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[[Category:Introduced with arma3dev version 2.05]][[ Category: arma3dev: New Scripting Commands | REGEXFIND]][[ Category: arma3dev: Scripting Commands | REGEXFIND]]