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QuestionSwap two values based on pattern Pinmemberbiop.codeproject2-Aug-12 17:19 
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GeneralRe: Swap two values based on pattern Pinmemberbiop.codeproject5-Aug-12 16:09 
GeneralRe: Swap two values based on pattern [modified] Pinmemberbiop.codeproject5-Aug-12 17:12 
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QuestionRegEx Problem PinmemberKevin Marois19-Jun-12 12:12 
I have this string:
 
var Line = "Dev: 0 Model: TOSHIBA MK3265GSX Serial: 20FDF20WS FW: GJ002H STW: 0 MaxLBA: 625142447 FDESUPPORTED: 0 PREBOOT: 0 DRIVETRUSTENABLED: 0 DRIVETRUSTSUPPORTED: 0 w128: 41 FULLFW: GJ002H SERVOFW: SDLSUPPORTED: 1 PLATFORM: 0 SAFE: 1 DSTTIMEOUT: 103 ISBOOTORSYSTEM: 1";
 
I am trying to use RegEx to extract all Key/Value pairs. So far I have:
 
private static string getWord(ref string Line, string WordToFind)
{
var retVal = string.Empty;
 
if (Line.Contains(WordToFind))
{
    var expression = @"(?:(?'Key'\S+): (?'Value'.*?)) ";
    Match match = Regex.Match(Line, expression,RegexOptions.IgnoreCase);
 
    if (match.Success)
    {
        string key = match.Groups[1].ToString();
    }
}
 
return retVal;
}
 
 
When I pass in "Model:" I get back "Dev". What am I doing wrong here?
If it's not broken, fix it until it is

AnswerRe: RegEx Problem [modified] PinprotectorAspDotNetDev19-Jun-12 12:34 
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Questioncan someone tell me whats wrong with this expression? [modified] PinmemberChekGuy29-Apr-12 11:48 
AnswerRe: can someone tell me whats wrong with this expression? Pinmemberegenis29-Apr-12 19:22 
AnswerRe: can someone tell me whats wrong with this expression? PinmemberPeter_in_278029-Apr-12 19:46 
QuestionEither start or not a "d" PinmemberBernhard Hiller6-Mar-12 0:50 
AnswerRe: Either start or not a "d" PinmemberBernhard Hiller6-Mar-12 2:02 
QuestionTrying to match non-quoted sections [modified] PinmemberPIEBALDconsult24-Jan-12 4:30 
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GeneralRe: Trying to match non-quoted sections PinmemberAndreas Gieriet10-Apr-12 9:59 
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