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[REBOL] Re: Parse limitation ?

From: patrick:philipot:laposte at: 8-Oct-2003 21:01

Hello Ingo, Wednesday, October 8, 2003, 12:50:20 PM, you wrote: IH> Hi Patrick, IH> patrick la poste wrote:
>> Hi List, >> >> I'd like to parse a string searching for two things at the same time. >> it seems to me that this is impossible.
IH> One trick is, to find something that is equal between the two strings, and IH> work from there ... IH> REBOL [] IH> myText: {<A HREF="#section1"><IMG SRC="foobar.gif"><A HREF="#section2">} IH> parse/all myText [ IH> any [ IH> to "=" here: (there: at here -4) :there [ IH> [ "HREF=" | " SRC=" ] copy target to ">>" (print target) | IH> thru "=" IH> ] IH> ] IH> ] ; parse IH> In this example I used the "=" which is common to both strings, checked IH> whether what I have _before_ this sign is one of the two strings I'm IH> interested in, and then start to copy, or just go thru the "=" to start IH> again ... IH> I hope that helps, IH> Ingo This is brilliant! Thank you Ingo. -- Best regards, Patrick