Parsing Socket Data STX ETX

Posted on 2009-02-11
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
what is the best way to parse inforamtion coming in through a socket. The data looks like this
some data
some data

I was thinking of using a regular expression, but the expression \x02(.*)\x03 could give me 1 match instead of breaking them into 2 matches when using the example above. Does anyone know how the proper regular expression would be written?

Thanks in advance
Question by:codejunky
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the answere to the questions is to use a ungreedy instead of greedy expression you do this with the "?"


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