[OFF TOPIC] - Help with Regular Expressions on PHP

Hello, im having a trouble on Regular Expressions (on PHP)
*
My code:*

TV LCD 32” H-Buster HBTV-3203HD

I want to take:

*TV LCD 32” H-Buster HBTV-3203HD*

Is my RE going to be like that?:
preg_match_all(’/nomeProduto">([a-zA-Z_.0-9/-!\t\n"’\”
:@$]
)</i’, $www, $name);*

I think this whill catch like this (but that doesn’t work ether):

I want to take:

**TV LCD 32” H-Buster HBTV-3203HD <*/div>

Can some one help me with this RE on PHP?

If you have to put OFF-TOPIC in the topic of a topical mailing list,
should
that be a warning that you’re sending to the wrong list?

Jason

Edison, I would recommend comp.lang.php

Good luck,

-Conrad

No, this is because is not related direct with RoR.
But since most of RoR programmers came from PHP, they might give me some
usefil help with this Regular Expression…

comp.lang.php???

/sigh

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=comp.lang.php

On Jan 14, 2:30Â pm, Edson L. [email protected] wrote:

Hello, im having a trouble on Regular Expressions (on PHP)
,

Can some one help me with this RE on PHP?

Regexp are regexp. It really should not matter how or from what
language they are called, unless the implementation varies. If you
are having problem with constructing a working regexp then you might
find this site worth visiting:

http://www.rubular.com/

Good luck.

On Jan 14, 2:30Â pm, Edson L. [email protected] wrote:

Is my RE going to be like that?:
preg_match_all(’/nomeProduto">([a-zA-Z_.0-9/-!\t\n"’\”
:@$]
)</i’, $www, $name);*

Don’t. Just don’t. Parsing HTML with regexps is a bad idea - get a
real parser, and use it correctly. If you insist on doing it with
regexps, see this link:

http://kevin.deldycke.com/2007/03/ultimate-regular-expression-for-html-tag-parsing-with-php/

That may help.

–Matt J.

Ok, thanks!
I really what some help on this… I’m totally lost.

If some one give me the RE of this, i can use to study. (i cant make the
“tabs/enters” to work)

Well, i did like this (it’s not good, I know)

nomeProduto">\n.\t([a-zA-Z_=&?.0-9/-!\” :@$])\n.<*

(don’t work so good) Some one have a better idea to help me?

\n.\t(.)\n.
*

its slow, but i’m getting there! :smiley:

James B. wrote:

On Jan 14, 2:30Â pm, Edson L. [email protected]main.invalid wrote:

Hello, im having a trouble on Regular Expressions (on PHP)
,

Can some one help me with this RE on PHP?

Regexp are regexp. It really should not matter how or from what
language they are called, unless the implementation varies.

The implementation does vary. Every regexp parser implements a slightly
different syntax, or so it seems.

If you
are having problem with constructing a working regexp then you might
find this site worth visiting:

http://www.rubular.com/

Yes, if you’re working with something sufficiently close to Ruby
regexps.

Good luck.

Best,
–Â
Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

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