Python Regular Expression to Java Regular Expression

Can anybody convert the following Python RegEx to Java?

re.findall(r"(\w+\([^)]*\))", string)
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Gurvinder Pal SinghCommented:
what is this regular expression doing? i can suggest the equivalent one for java
dshrenikAuthor Commented:
find all occurrences of the following in an input string (in the order in which they occur)
a string of alphanumerics, followed by an opening parentheses, followed by some string (possibly quoted), followed by a closing parentheses

For example if the input is " a1('ds f')   x3('dsf f')    ab('sdf')   xyz('dsf'), then the output must be collected in an array in this order:
a1('ds f')
x3('dsf f')
Gurvinder Pal SinghCommented:
check this sample program

import java.util.regex.Matcher;
import java.util.regex.Pattern;

public class Regex1
	public static void main(String[] args)
		String regex = "\\w+\\('[\\w+\\s*]+'\\)";
		String input = "a1('ds f')   x3('dsf f')    ab('sdf')   xyz('dsf')";

		Pattern pattern_css = Pattern.compile(regex);
		Matcher match_css = pattern_css.matcher(input);
		while (match_css.find())

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dshrenikAuthor Commented:
Works great. Thanks!
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