Difference between revisions of "regexMatch"

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|x3= <code>[[forceUnicode]] 1;
 
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"I'm a coÖkIe clicker" [[{{PAGENAMEE}}]] ".*coökie.*";</code>
 
"I'm a coÖkIe clicker" [[{{PAGENAMEE}}]] ".*coökie.*";</code>
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|x4= <code>"Cookie clicker" regexMatch "cookie/i"; {{cc|false, pattern does not fully match the haystack}}</code>
  
 
|seealso= [[regexFind]] [[regexReplace]]
 
|seealso= [[regexFind]] [[regexReplace]]
 
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Revision as of 23:40, 17 January 2022

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Description

Description:
Returns whether the haystack matches the pattern.
Groups:
Strings - Regular Expression

Syntax

Syntax:
haystack regexMatch pattern
Parameters:
haystack: String
pattern: String - Format regex pattern
Return Value:
Boolean - Returns true if match was found, otherwise false

Examples

Example 1:
"I'm a coOkIe clicker" regexMatch ".*cookie.*"; // true
Example 2:
"I'm a coOkIe clicker" regexMatch ".*cookie.*/"; // false, empty flags == case sensitive
Example 3:
forceUnicode 1; "I'm a coÖkIe clicker" regexMatch ".*coökie.*";
Example 4:
"Cookie clicker" regexMatch "cookie/i"; // false, pattern does not fully match the haystack

Additional Information

See also:
regexFind regexReplace

Notes

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