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GeneralRe: This is why MSDN fails PinprofessionalMike Hankey10-Jul-13 5:08 
GeneralRe: This is why MSDN fails PinprotectorAspDotNetDev9-Jul-13 6:15 
GeneralRe: This is why MSDN fails PinprofessionalMatthew Faithfull9-Jul-13 6:17 
GeneralRe: This is why MSDN fails PinprotectorMarc Clifton9-Jul-13 8:09 
MehGerbil wrote:
It would be difficult to come up with a more convoluted and self-serving example of the use of regular expressions.

 
I didn't find it that bad. Happily, they explained what the different regex pieces did, the code seemed reasonable enough, and I guess it works for different cultures.
 
Marc

GeneralRe: This is why MSDN fails PinmemberClifford Nelson9-Jul-13 11:15 
NewsEngland Win The Ashes! PinprofessionalNagy Vilmos9-Jul-13 5:07 
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GeneralTJOTD PinmemberDalek Dave9-Jul-13 4:18 
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