Need regex for "plain 1-3 digit number

I am parsing strings for both comma delimited integers, as well as integers. My problem is that with the latter, I am picking up integer strings WITHIN comma delimited numbers.

So, when using: \d{1,3} against "3,000"

I am recognizing "000". However, as it's part of a comma delimited number, I don't want to recognize it, at all.

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Sounds like there's something a bit wrong - i.e. you're not matching *all* the comma-delimited ones. Can you post your re?
sperodevAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry if I wasn't clear enough in my post. I want to make 2 totally distinct passes through the string. One pass should only pick up correctly formatted (with commas) numbers, and the other pass should only pick up numbers not associated with commas.

Although I gave the regex for the latter case as: \d{1,3} , this is obviously wrong from another point of view. It would not recognize 34000 from "34000", but instead 340 and then 00.

ozo: I'll try your regex this evening.

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