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Old November 18th, 2004, 06:03 AM
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hi to all

we want to make a regular expression for finding the <img> tag without alt attribute so that we can place an alt attribute in the <img> tag
there may be some cases in which alt attribute may already be in <img> tag

pl supply the regular expression for it
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Try this link
http://www.regular-expressions.info/examples.html


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Hi there,
(first sorry for my question,it doesnt relate to this thread very much)
I know this kind of Regular Expressions,
I know e-NFA<----->NFA<------->DFA
then for every DFA we have a Regular Expression
for example we want to produce strings(with 0,1)that contains at least three adjacent 0's,
answer is: (1+0)*000(1+0)* (and then we can also draw its Automata)
now what are those regular expressions in above link?do those regular expressions
differ with these regular expressions I know?
(it seems I will see them in next sessions of my class?)

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Hi Mehdi
         look at this MSDN link to get some ideas of Regular Expression.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ionClasses.asp


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