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Old August 17th, 2004, 11:01 AM
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Hi Chris!

Thanks for the reply! :D Unfortunately, my real life example has some processing instructions in there - the string actually looks more like this:


I kind of simplified it a bit too much when doing the first post, sorry! What I'm after is to look for everything between the 2 <tag> um, tags within that string.

You're code would have worked great, but for it having the extra <tag_2> and <? instuction tags in there. Thanks again!

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