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Enter the string that you want to use a regular expression on:
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Select the elements that you want to extract to run regular expression generator:
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c H
wH
o
c o
wo
w
c w
ww
varHow
wordHow
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c _
ws_
v
c v
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c e
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c y
wy
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varelegant
wordelegant
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extract this integer (2006) in this position
 
3Python regular expression program that extracts the selected elements from the entered string:
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#!/usr/bin/python
# URL that generated this code:
# http://txt2re.com/index-python.php3?s=How%20very%20elegant!&31&-10&32

import re

txt='How very elegant!'

re1='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re2='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re3='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re4='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re5='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re6='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re7='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re8='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re9='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re10='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re11='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re12='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re13='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re14='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re15='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re16='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re17='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re18='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re19='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re20='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re21='(.)'	# Any Single Character 1
re22='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re23='.'	# Uninteresting: c
re24='.*?'	# Non-greedy match on filler
re25='(.)'	# Any Single Character 2
re26='(a)'	# Any Single Word Character (Not Whitespace) 1

rg = re.compile(re1+re2+re3+re4+re5+re6+re7+re8+re9+re10+re11+re12+re13+re14+re15+re16+re17+re18+re19+re20+re21+re22+re23+re24+re25+re26,re.IGNORECASE|re.DOTALL)
m = rg.search(txt)
if m:
    c1=m.group(1)
    c2=m.group(2)
    w1=m.group(3)
    print "("+c1+")"+"("+c2+")"+"("+w1+")"+"\n"

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# Paste the code into a new python file. Then in Unix:'
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