Le 30 mars 17:34, Jon a ˝─rit :

> ..because there is no gauranteed whitespace between tags. Basically, I
> need to stop matching if a ">" is found. I've never had to deal with
> anything quite like this in my regex experience. Any help or thoughts of
> a better way to do things is much appreciated!

I'd simply use /<[^>]+\s+(\d+):(\d+)>/ (untested, but you get my
drift)...

Fred
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