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How to match "$" in a string?

Fri Dec 16, 2011 11:26 am

How to match "$" in a string?

I couldnt input "\\$" in layer7 regexpression in terminal, How to deal with it?

I want to make a script, I am blocked on my way for it .

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Re: How to match "$" in a string?

Fri Dec 16, 2011 11:36 am

Maybe "\\\$" (if you want to receive "\$" inside the regexp)? First backslash means to leave the second backslash without its "special" meaning. So you need third backslash, that will work on $ ;). But then you will be looking for "\$". If you want to look for just $ - I think "\$" is enough :).
 
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Re: How to match "$" in a string?

Fri Dec 16, 2011 12:45 pm

Maybe "\\\$" (if you want to receive "\$" inside the regexp)? First backslash means to leave the second backslash without its "special" meaning. So you need third backslash, that will work on $ ;). But then you will be looking for "\$". If you want to look for just $ - I think "\$" is enough :).

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