re question - finiding matching ()
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Mon Jan 19 04:44:49 CET 2004
| Paul Rubin said |
> miki.tebeka at zoran.com (Miki Tebeka) writes:
>> I'd like to find all of the sub strings in the form "add(.*)"
>> The catch is that I might have () in the string (e.g. "add((2 * 2), 100)"),
> You can't do that with classic regexps. You need a parser, not a scanner.
Or, to put it slightly differently:
Regexps are a type of system that is not mathematically powerful enough to
handle this type of identification. The next step up in power are
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