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Posted on 2000-02-14
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I want a good regular expression DLL
I tried to use the GNU-RegEX, and it works
fine, BUT if the text i try to match to
the pattern exceedes 2.5KB, it returns
no match
e.g: pattern = (a*b)
word = aaaa.....aaaab   (ie. 3000 a's)
NO-MATCH.
can someone help me?
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Question by:msiman
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by:cyberfrank
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have You heard about PCCTS?
www.antlr.org

CF
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Marthi earned 100 total points
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Go to http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/John_Maddock/regexpp.htm
and grab the regex++ source code. If you follow the instructions for building and using it precisely, it is the answer to all regex problems. It was to mine !!

Good Luck,
Kailash
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