if give input string of "345" (or any other string), and pattern of "/([0-9])/", Matches() returns 1, and matchList returns "3", okay, it works well.
but, in the above case, if give the pattern of "/[0-9]/", Matches() still returns 1, and matchList returns "1", why?
thanks for your hard work!
I am trying to run the program in embedded visual c++. Does any one have a version that can run in embedded visual c++. Please do email me asap thanks . I downloaded the demo program but there is a fatal error C1083: Cannot open precompiled header file: 'Release/PerlStringTest.pch': No such file or directory. Can someone help me pls.........
PerlString is exactly what I've been looking for. Thanks. Could you please provide some example code to use PerlString::Matches() and PerlString::Split()?
I have to use the non-MFC version, and I'm having problems with the matchList and splitList function arguments. The functions require "char *(listVar)" types, but I can't assemble a variable of the right type.