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i wish to make a capture using RegEx
following pattern:
string pattern = @"/[a-z]{2}/products/\d{4}/\(?<fileName>[abc])\.aspx";


string inputString = longString(around 3000 characters);

but i need to utilise this capture to pass into a constructor
Object obj = new Obj(capture)

in order to load the object and retrieve a property (guid) of that object, obviously this guid will be different for every match.

i need to do this for every match on the regEx pattern, and then replace input string with
"info.aspx?number" + guid;


and then return the input string with all replacements done.
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Updated 25-Nov-14 6:00am
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1 solution

Regex.Replace has an overload that takes a match evaluator method:
string output = Regex.Replace(input, pattern, ReplaceMethod);

    }
private string ReplaceMethod(Match m)
    {
    MyObject obj = new MyObject(m.Value);
    return "info.aspx?number" + obj.Guid.ToString();
    }
   
Comments
Grant Weatherston 25-Nov-14 11:58am
   
thanks alot, don't know how i'm going to pass the language into the delegate though :/
OriginalGriff 25-Nov-14 12:09pm
   
No, a MatchEvaluator method can only take one parameter - but surely it can pick up the language from the class? It can't change between matches in the same input string, can it?

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