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Regex to split on successions of newline characters


Regex to split on successions of newline characters

By : BigBigBoy
Date : January 02 2021, 06:48 AM
I wish this helpful for you If there are no spaces at the starts or ends of the lines, you can use line.split() with no arguments. It will remove doubles. . If not, you can use [a for a a.split("\r\n") if a].
EDIT: the str type also has a method called "splitlines".
code :


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Split on multiple newline characters in bash

Split on multiple newline characters in bash


By : Mia Young
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue A solution. The tab used below can be substituted by another character not contained in the file.
code :
str=$(cat newlines.dat)                 # read file into string

str=${str//$'\n'$'\n'/$'\t'}            # 2 newlines to 1 tab

while [[ "$str" =~ $'\t'$'\n' ]] ; do
  str=${str//$'\t'$'\n'/$'\t'}          # eat up further newlines
done

str=${str//$'\t'$'\t'/$'\t'}            # sqeeze tabs

IFS=$'\t'                               # field separator is now tab
result=( $str )                         # slit into array

cnt=0
for x in ${result[@]}; do               # print result
  ((cnt++))
  echo -e "--- group $cnt ---\n$x"
done
1111111111
222222222

33333333333
44444444444


5555555555555



66666666666666
77777777


888888888888888
999999
--- group 1 ---
1111111111
222222222
--- group 2 ---
33333333333
44444444444
--- group 3 ---
5555555555555
--- group 4 ---
66666666666666
77777777
--- group 5 ---
888888888888888
999999
Regex: Split at Next Newline After Word

Regex: Split at Next Newline After Word


By : Kire Palikuka
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I have a statement like this: , I think it will work for you:
code :
.split(/.+John.+\n/g)
Split string containing newline characters Java

Split string containing newline characters Java


By : Nitesh Tiwari
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Say I have a following string str: , str.split("[DLM]"); should be str.split("\\[DLM\\]");
Why?
Split bash string by newline characters

Split bash string by newline characters


By : GuangWei Li
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I found this. , Another way:
PERL eplacing newline characters inside fish-brackets, while leaving other newline characters untouched?

PERL eplacing newline characters inside fish-brackets, while leaving other newline characters untouched?


By : rarago
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I honestly don't recommend doing this with regular expressions. Besides the fact that you should never parse html with a regular expression, it's also a pain to do negative matches with regular expressions and anyone reading the code will honestly have no idea what you just did. Doing it manually on the other hand is really easy to understand.
This code assumes well formed html that doesn't have tags starting inside the definition of other tags (otherwise you would have to track all the instances and increment/decrement a count appropriately) and it does not handle < or > inside quoted strings which isn't the most common thing. And if you're doing all that I really recommend you use a real html parser, there are many of them.
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