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Ok, new to regex and trying to figure this one out:

sum(one+two+three+four)

I want to get matches for one,two,three,four

Thanks.
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You want to capture the matches?

@matches = /(one).(two).(three).(four)/;

Or to make it more generic

@matches = /\((\w+)\+(\w+)\+(\w+)\+(\w+)\)/;

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$_ = 'sum(one+two+three+four)';
@matches = /(\w+)(?=[+)])/g;
print join",",@matches;
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