get class

Published on Tue Mar 01 2022

Additional matching regexes for
get class

Get value from string

Used to get a value from a class e.g.: [...] class="font-12"[...] This regEx will receive "12" given the content of the class

match C# class definition

match C# a class definition

Find Italic

Find <SPAN> Html TAG with "Italic" class and returns his content.

Svelte: CSS class attribute (Svelte or HTML friendly), class:directive, TailwindCSS classes, and @apply.

# SvelteComponent Class Directive Matching Also supports TailwindCSS-style `@apply` directive for the class value. ## `class:directive={boolean}` Svelte allows us to provide a "class directive", or a class name in the form of `class:NAME={boolean}`. If we place a boolean (or function that returns a boolean) as its value, it will add the class "NAME" to the component when it returns true, or omit it when false. This is extremely useful for navigation components, and I use it all the time to highlight active links in my UX/UI development process. ```svelte <NavBar> <Link href="#abc" class:active={page === 'abc'}>ABC</Link> <Link href="#xyz" class:active={page === 'xyz'}>XYZ</Link> </NavBar> ``` Flexible matching for the class attribute on both **Svelte Components** and **HTML Elements**.

Div shortcode [div]..[/div]

Converts the markdown shortcode for the dive element to the regular HTML: Example shortcode: [div id="bla" class="ups"]some multiple line text[/div]

Break PANEL webcomic

regex that wrap the Panel section with <div class="panel">$&</div> so it will display like a webcomic codepen link:

Extract Fields from Mailexpire

Given the HTML of an alias's control panel, apply the XPath "//span[@class='maintext']". The second result returned can be parsed by this regex to yield the most pertinent field names and their values.

Matching Character Class Transitions (customization of \b)

\b can be replicated as (?<=\w)(?=\W)|(?<=\W)(?=\w) Understanding how to create these class transitions can be beneficial for several reasons. In this instance, counting the results of this regex can be used to measure randomness within strings containing multiple character classes.

C# Regex Class acts odd

Based on my understanding of Regex, the string “10” matches the Regex “^([0-9]*)(\\*)$”. To validate it, I tried the regex and the text “10” on the website and it worked. But when I tried the same with C# code, it failed.Only by adding a "?", making the regex “^([0-9]*)(\\*)?$” makes the string "10" validate against the regex. I am confused why it behaves differently in the C# Regex class.