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Posted on 2004-04-21
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I have a string in the following form:

1,2,5-7,9-12,15,18,20-22

What regex can I use to split this string so that I have an array containing the following elements:

5-7
9-12
20-22

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$line='1,2,5-7,9-12,15,18,20-22';

@blah = $line =~ /(\d+-\d+)/g;
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