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hi !!
is there any easy way to use regexp in vb, other than writing my own routines ?? any free modules available anywhere?? i came across some examples on the net that had code like
dim x as RegExp
but the above gives me an error on the word RegExp (user type not defined).
can anyone help me out? thanks :)
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You need to add references to it.
Project -> References
Then check "Microsoft VBScript Regular Expression".

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