In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Scott) wrote:
> here are two regexps that might do what you want
> "\w" matches alphanum (1-9a-zA-z)
(0-9a-zA-Z_) actually. Don't forget that zero and underscore!
> IMO, the best way to check for non-alphanum chars is
> to check for "\W" (upper case is negation of alphanum,
> which will match only non-alphanum).
Yep, works nicely as long as including the underscore as one of the
alphanumeric character is acceptable for your purposes.
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