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Regex code:separate email:ip from email:pass ?
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Question by:ryan wiliams
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Can you show an example of your input string?
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by:Kim Ryan
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Can you show some sample data?
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by:Pawan Kumar
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sample example pls?
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by:ryan wiliams
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michael@yahoo.com:sdfdsf
miamiheat@hotmail.com:120.120.25.101
eu@hotmail.co.uk:saffvdgbfd

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miamiheat@hotmail.com:120.120.25.101
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.+:\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+

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This takes all texts that start with at least one character, followed by a colon, followed by four digit groups. You can put more restrictions in place if you want, but this should get you started.
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thank you
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