One Match Group, but several matches - How to merge matches?

Hi RegEx-Experts!

I've the following text:

1 15.09.2015 Anfahrt (Km inkl. Reisezeit)
T20150915.0017 | RFC:: Umbau Serverraum
Ticket-Warenposten 39,40 0,90 35,46
2 25.09.2015 APC Smart-UPS 1500VA LCD RM 2U 230V
T20150915.0012 | USV hat gestern gepiept
APC Smart-UPS 1500VA LCD RM 2U 230V
SN: SAS1518113014
Ticket-Warenposten 1,00 595,00 595,00
3 25.09.2015 APC UPS Network Management Card 2
T20150915.0012 | USV hat gestern gepiept

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My RegEx:


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My output:

Match 1
1.      T20150915.0017
Match 2
1.      T20150915.0012
Match 3
1.      T20150915.0012

I got an output of THREE matches. How can i merge that THREE into one?

The following output would be my one ...


Any Idea?

Best regards, Kai
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I don't understand what you mean by merge...

Are you asking how to modify the regular expression to merge the search into one match?  Or, do you want to concatenate the results together into a single string?
kv0sAuthor Commented:
Hello Bob.

Yes, i will concatenate the results.

The result should be:

"T20151002.0001, T20141002.0005"

and not

Two single matches:
Match 1: T20151002.0001
Match 2: T20151002.0002
Bob LearnedCommented:
Given that you want to concatenate the results, I would need to know more about what you are working with:

1) Design platform

2) Execute platform

3) Regex engine
Derek JensenCommented:
Put simply, Regex is a pattern matching language, and does not support higher-level language constructs like loops and concatenations (although some flavors have rudimentary "if" support).

If your regex returns three matches, the only way (that I know of) to merge the matches into a single text string is to do it outside of the Regex itself. :-)

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