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From zillakilla <zi...@sogetthis.com>
Subject Re: Regular expression extractor using escape character '\'
Date Mon, 09 May 2011 16:29:56 GMT
Your regEx 1 works like this:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="5;
url=http://qa-2sc-usc\.2tor\.com/course/view\.php\?id=94&amp;modid=(\d*)&amp;modtype=assignment"
/>

Your regEx 2 works like this:
&lt;!\[CDATA\[
location\.replace\('http://qa-2sc-usc\.2tor\.com/course/view\.php\?id=94&amp;modid=(\d*)&amp;modtype=assignment'\);
//\]\]&gt;


however, why not just use?:
modid=(\d*)


Zilla

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