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help for regular expression syntax

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I cannot seem to formulate what seems should be an easy expression. I need to
find all occurances of a pattern except when it contains a specific string.
For example if the string is

Dim s As String = "xmlns:b=""base"" xmlns:h=""""

I need to find both xmlns:b="base" and xmlns:t="type" and replace them, but
not replace the xmlns:h="" occurance.


Dim s As String = "xmlns:b=""base"" xmlns:h=""""
s = Regex.Replace(s, "\s*xmlns(:[^=]*)=""[^=]*""", "")

I can find an replace all, but how do I keep it from replacing

thx in adv for help
Nov 17 '06 #1
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