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Regex test for quotation

I am looking for a regex pattern to  return true for these two string
("SELECT * FROM CIM_DATAFILE WHERE NAME = '" & Replace(sValue, "\", "\\") & "'")
strC = "'" Then


and false for ' "wwwww_0" or anything else

in vba
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Terry Woods

8/22/2022 - Mon
Terry Woods

Do you mean these 2 strings?
 ("SELECT * FROM CIM_DATAFILE WHERE NAME = '" & Replace(sValue, "\", "\\") & "'")

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 strC = "'" Then

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yes
aikimark

Will the Replace() function already have been invoked before you do this comparison?
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Terry Woods

ie You'd build up your pattern with code something like this:
pattern = "^("&
regExEscape.Replace("(""SELECT * FROM CIM_DATAFILE WHERE NAME = '"" & Replace(sValue, ""\"", ""\\"") & ""'"")", "\$&")&
"|"&
regExEscape.Replace("strC = ""'"" Then", "\$&")&
")$"

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