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get values after a character.

Posted on 2013-06-10
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I need to extract the last values in a list.

I need a regular expression that will extract everything after the "(" Can anyone assist with this?


add(10,3)
delete(1,3)
new(,3,4)
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Question by:earngreen
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Try, and use $1 -

\((.*?)$

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by:vuhanguyen
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You can try this (but not work in Javascript):

(?<=\()(.*?)(?=\))

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by:käµfm³d 👽
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If by "everything" you mean everything up to the ) then remove the $ from Mazdajai's suggestion, or change it to:

\((.*?)\)$
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