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regex code how to filter this sql email combo

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insert into `yahoo`.`users`(`id`,`email`,`password`) values (1,'emilywhittaker25@yahoo.com','emily');

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emilywhittaker25@yahoo.com','emily
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Dan Craciun earned 500 total points
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You should simply make the inserts in a temp table and then select the email and password.

If you insist on regex:
insert into `yahoo`\.`users`\(`id`,`email`,`password`\) values \([0-9]+,'([^)]+)'

The result will be in group 1.

HTH,
Dan
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by:john lambert
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i test it and works perfect thank you...
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You're welcome!

Glad I could help.
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