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Need help in Regex.

I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1.htm l" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
... some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requirement:
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.

Thanks
JM

Jul 8 '06 #1
9 2084
JM,

Why use Regex? Why not use MSHTML through COM interop and just parse
the HTML? Then, you can access the object model and find the item that way.

Hope this helps.
--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- mv*@spam.guard. caspershouse.co m

<jm******@gmail .comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ 35g2000cwc.goog legroups.com...
>I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1.htm l" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requirement:
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.

Thanks
JM

Jul 8 '06 #2
I am using this for a small .NET program and don't want to use
Unmanaged code/COM. Thats why looking for solution based on Regex.

Thanks
JM

Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP] wrote:
JM,

Why use Regex? Why not use MSHTML through COM interop and just parse
the HTML? Then, you can access the object model and find the item that way.

Hope this helps.
--
- Nicholas Paldino [.NET/C# MVP]
- mv*@spam.guard. caspershouse.co m

<jm******@gmail .comwrote in message
news:11******** **************@ 35g2000cwc.goog legroups.com...
I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1.htm l" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requirement:
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.

Thanks
JM
Jul 8 '06 #3
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1.htm l" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requirement:
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.
Regex might not be the best solution for this problem, but it is
possible. Note that you should probably not use this if the HTML you're
parsing is arbitrary, but for an adhoc search though a couple of files,
it should do:

@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a"

It starts searching when it encounters an <a tag, then continues on
looking for anything that's not and picks our the href attribute. It
captures the href value in a group and searched on for the end of the
opening tag. Once there it searches for city1, failing if it finds </a
before encountering that specific text.

And the code to extract the value would then be something like (haven't
compiled, so might contain a few small errors):

Regex rx = new
Regex(@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a",
RegexOptions.No ne);
Match m = rx.Match(input) ;
if (m.Success)
{
string href = m.Groups[1].Value;
}
Jesse
Jul 8 '06 #4
Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
>I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1.ht ml" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requirement:
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.

Regex might not be the best solution for this problem, but it is
possible. Note that you should probably not use this if the HTML you're
parsing is arbitrary, but for an adhoc search though a couple of files,
it should do:

@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a"
@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

might be even better as it will also find: <a href="...">city 1</a>
Jesse
Jul 8 '06 #5
Hi Jesse,

Thanks a lot for your help. It worked like a charm. I am searching this
for a particular page only, so I think it should be fine.

The only thing here is that if value of "href" lies between double
quotes, it works. But I need that "href" can have:
(a) value within single quotes also like href='city1.htm l'
(b) there shouldn't be any single or double quote between. i.e
href=city1.html . I think here the criteria to determine is that after
"city.html" , there is atleast single space.

Thanks & Regards
JM

Jesse Houwing wrote:
Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1.htm l" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requirement:
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.
Regex might not be the best solution for this problem, but it is
possible. Note that you should probably not use this if the HTML you're
parsing is arbitrary, but for an adhoc search though a couple of files,
it should do:

@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a"

@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

might be even better as it will also find: <a href="...">city 1</a>
Jesse
Jul 8 '06 #6
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
Hi Jesse,

Thanks a lot for your help. It worked like a charm. I am searching this
for a particular page only, so I think it should be fine.

The only thing here is that if value of "href" lies between double
quotes, it works. But I need that "href" can have:
(a) value within single quotes also like href='city1.htm l'
(b) there shouldn't be any single or double quote between. i.e
href=city1.html . I think here the criteria to determine is that after
"city.html" , there is atleast single space.
Ok, can do that as well:

@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

To make extracting the value easier I've named the results url (watch
the wrapping).

Regex rx = new
Regex(@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a",
RegexOptions.No ne);
Match m = rx.Match(input) ;
if (m.Success)
{
string href = m.Groups["url"].Value;
}
>
Thanks & Regards
JM

Jesse Houwing wrote:
>Jesse Houwing wrote:
>>jm******@gmail. com wrote:
I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1. html" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requiremen t:
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.
Regex might not be the best solution for this problem, but it is
possible. Note that you should probably not use this if the HTML you're
parsing is arbitrary, but for an adhoc search though a couple of files,
it should do:

@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a"
@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

might be even better as it will also find: <a href="...">city 1</a>
>>Jesse
Jul 8 '06 #7
Hi Jesse,

It works great. Thanks a lot for all your time. I really appreciate it.

btw, what are the good resources on net from where I can start learning
about Regex ?

And as you were saying that for arbitrary html Regex is not the best
option, then what is the best option for the same. Just curious to
know.

Thanks again for all your help
JM

Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
Hi Jesse,

Thanks a lot for your help. It worked like a charm. I am searching this
for a particular page only, so I think it should be fine.

The only thing here is that if value of "href" lies between double
quotes, it works. But I need that "href" can have:
(a) value within single quotes also like href='city1.htm l'
(b) there shouldn't be any single or double quote between. i.e
href=city1.html . I think here the criteria to determine is that after
"city.html" , there is atleast single space.

Ok, can do that as well:

@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

To make extracting the value easier I've named the results url (watch
the wrapping).

Regex rx = new
Regex(@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a",
RegexOptions.No ne);
Match m = rx.Match(input) ;
if (m.Success)
{
string href = m.Groups["url"].Value;
}

Thanks & Regards
JM

Jesse Houwing wrote:
Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
I have got the following html:

"something in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1.h tml" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....

Requirement :
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.

I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.
Regex might not be the best solution for this problem, but it is
possible. Note that you should probably not use this if the HTML you're
parsing is arbitrary, but for an adhoc search though a couple of files,
it should do:

@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a"
@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

might be even better as it will also find: <a href="...">city 1</a>

Jesse
Jul 8 '06 #8
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
Hi Jesse,

It works great. Thanks a lot for all your time. I really appreciate it.
You're welcome
btw, what are the good resources on net from where I can start learning
about Regex ?
Download The Regulator and try experimenting (just disable intellisense
from the options window, it doesn't work).
http://regex.osherove.com/

Try some of the exercises here:
http://www.cs.princeton.edu/introcs/72regular/

There are a number of articles on MSDN that might also be of help:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...63906a7353.asp
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/az24scfc.aspx

And a general explanation on regular expressions (not specific to .Net):
http://www.regularexpressions.info/

Especially for .Net buy the ebook from Dan Applemen
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...lance&n=551440

And for general insight on the workings of Regular Expressions the
following book is one of the best resources available:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/059...lance&n=283155

And finally:
Keep trying! Keep Practising and don't be afraid to ask questions.
And as you were saying that for arbitrary html Regex is not the best
option, then what is the best option for the same. Just curious to
know.
HTML isn't that strict and people write some funny stuff in their pages
once in a while. You can't predict these things, and you're better
equipped with a parser that knows most of these exceptions.

There the .NET Html Agility Pack that parses HTML and makes it search
able. The MSHTML object can also be a great help.
http://smourier.blogspot.com/
Thanks again for all your help
Again, welcome!

Jesse
Jesse Houwing wrote:
>jm******@gmail. com wrote:
>>Hi Jesse,

Thanks a lot for your help. It worked like a charm. I am searching this
for a particular page only, so I think it should be fine.

The only thing here is that if value of "href" lies between double
quotes, it works. But I need that "href" can have:
(a) value within single quotes also like href='city1.htm l'
(b) there shouldn't be any single or double quote between. i.e
href=city1.ht ml. I think here the criteria to determine is that after
"city.html" , there is atleast single space.
Ok, can do that as well:

@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

To make extracting the value easier I've named the results url (watch
the wrapping).

Regex rx = new
Regex(@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a",
RegexOptions.N one);
Match m = rx.Match(input) ;
if (m.Success)
{
string href = m.Groups["url"].Value;
}
>>Thanks & Regards
JM

Jesse Houwing wrote:
Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
>I have got the following html:
>>
>"somethi ng in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
>href="city 1.html" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
>.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....
>>
>Requiremen t:
>-------------------
>I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
>between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
>times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
><a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
>tags also like <b></btag in above html.
>>
>I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
>really appreciate any help on this.
Regex might not be the best solution for this problem, but it is
possible. Note that you should probably not use this if the HTML you're
parsing is arbitrary, but for an adhoc search though a couple of files,
it should do:
>
@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a"
@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

might be even better as it will also find: <a href="...">city 1</a>

Jesse
Jul 8 '06 #9
I will definitely go thru the resources you have mentioned here. You
have solved my problem which I was trying for last one week. Thanks for
your time and professional help.

Regards
JM

Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
Hi Jesse,

It works great. Thanks a lot for all your time. I really appreciate it.

You're welcome
btw, what are the good resources on net from where I can start learning
about Regex ?

Download The Regulator and try experimenting (just disable intellisense
from the options window, it doesn't work).
http://regex.osherove.com/

Try some of the exercises here:
http://www.cs.princeton.edu/introcs/72regular/

There are a number of articles on MSDN that might also be of help:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...63906a7353.asp
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/az24scfc.aspx

And a general explanation on regular expressions (not specific to .Net):
http://www.regularexpressions.info/

Especially for .Net buy the ebook from Dan Applemen
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...lance&n=551440

And for general insight on the workings of Regular Expressions the
following book is one of the best resources available:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/059...lance&n=283155

And finally:
Keep trying! Keep Practising and don't be afraid to ask questions.
And as you were saying that for arbitrary html Regex is not the best
option, then what is the best option for the same. Just curious to
know.

HTML isn't that strict and people write some funny stuff in their pages
once in a while. You can't predict these things, and you're better
equipped with a parser that knows most of these exceptions.

There the .NET Html Agility Pack that parses HTML and makes it search
able. The MSHTML object can also be a great help.
http://smourier.blogspot.com/
Thanks again for all your help

Again, welcome!

Jesse
Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
Hi Jesse,

Thanks a lot for your help. It worked like a charm. I am searching this
for a particular page only, so I think it should be fine.

The only thing here is that if value of "href" lies between double
quotes, it works. But I need that "href" can have:
(a) value within single quotes also like href='city1.htm l'
(b) there shouldn't be any single or double quote between. i.e
href=city1.htm l. I think here the criteria to determine is that after
"city.html" , there is atleast single space.
Ok, can do that as well:

@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

To make extracting the value easier I've named the results url (watch
the wrapping).

Regex rx = new
Regex(@"<a[^>]+href=(?:""(?<u rl>[^""]+)""|'(?<url>[^']+)'|(?<url>[^\s'">]+))[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a",
RegexOptions.No ne);
Match m = rx.Match(input) ;
if (m.Success)
{
string href = m.Groups["url"].Value;
}

Thanks & Regards
JM

Jesse Houwing wrote:
Jesse Houwing wrote:
jm******@gmail. com wrote:
I have got the following html:
>
"somethin g in html ... etc.. city1... etc... <a class="font1"
href="city1 .html" onclick="etc."c lick for <b>info</bon city1 </a>
.. some html. city1.. can repeat lot of times here....
>
Requirement :
-------------------
I want to get the value of "href" i.e "city1.html " by searching "city1"
between the <a</atag. Please note that "city1" can repeat lot of
times in the html, but I have to search for "city1" which lies between
<a></atag. Please note that there can be other tags between <a></a>
tags also like <b></btag in above html.
>
I want to do this in C# and using Regex. I am new to Regex and I would
really appreciate any help on this.
Regex might not be the best solution for this problem, but it is
possible. Note that you should probably not use this if the HTML you're
parsing is arbitrary, but for an adhoc search though a couple of files,
it should do:

@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]+>(?:(?!</a).)+city1(?:(? !</a).)+</a"
@"<a[^>]+href=""([^""]+)""[^>]*>(?:(?!</a).)*city1(?:(? !</a).)*</a"

might be even better as it will also find: <a href="...">city 1</a>

Jesse
Jul 8 '06 #10

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Most computers default to English, but sometimes we require a different language, especially when relocating. Forgot to request a specific language before your computer shipped? No problem! You can effortlessly switch the default language on Windows 10 without reinstalling. I'll walk you through it. First, let's disable language synchronization. With a Microsoft account, language settings sync across devices. To prevent any complications,...
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Hello folks, I am unable to find appropriate documentation on the type promotion of bit-fields when using the generalised comparison operator "<=>". The problem is that using the GNU compilers, it seems that the internal comparison operator "<=>" tries to promote arguments from unsigned to signed. This is as boiled down as I can make it. Here is my compilation command: g++-12 -std=c++20 -Wnarrowing bit_field.cpp Here is the code in...
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In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that captivates audiences and drives business growth. The Art of Business Website Design Your website is...
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Overview: Windows 11 and 10 have less user interface control over operating system update behaviour than previous versions of Windows. In Windows 11 and 10, there is no way to turn off the Windows Update option using the Control Panel or Settings app; it automatically checks for updates and installs any it finds, whether you like it or not. For most users, this new feature is actually very convenient. If you want to control the update process,...
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Dear forum friends, With the development of smart home technology, a variety of wireless communication protocols have appeared on the market, such as Zigbee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. Each protocol has its own unique characteristics and advantages, but as a user who is planning to build a smart home system, I am a bit confused by the choice of these technologies. I'm particularly interested in Zigbee because I've heard it does some...
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The next Access Europe User Group meeting will be on Wednesday 1 May 2024 starting at 18:00 UK time (6PM UTC+1) and finishing by 19:30 (7.30PM). In this session, we are pleased to welcome a new presenter, Adolph Dupré who will be discussing some powerful techniques for using class modules. He will explain when you may want to use classes instead of User Defined Types (UDT). For example, to manage the data in unbound forms. Adolph will...
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A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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In today's digital era, a well-designed website is crucial for businesses looking to succeed. Whether you're a small business owner or a large corporation in Toronto, having a strong online presence can significantly impact your brand's success. BSMN Consultancy, a leader in Website Development in Toronto offers valuable insights into creating effective websites that not only look great but also perform exceptionally well. In this comprehensive...

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