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Old February 10th, 2005, 11:05 AM
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Default XML into <td>

My ASP:

<%
Dim expression: Set expression = New RegExp
expression.Pattern = "[^:]*:([^,]*),?"
expression.Global = True
Dim match, first_matches
Set first_matches = expression.Execute(theStr)
For Each match In first_matches
    response.write "item = " & match.SubMatches(0) & "<br />"
Next
Set first_matches = Nothing
Set expression = Nothing
%>

How can i put the match.SubMatches(0) for loop data into a HTML <td> field?

I.e.
item = 134
item = 169
item = 69.70
item = 35
item = 0
item = 0
item = 0
item = 0
item = 0
item = 273.70
item = 39/IT5AFKLE

one item in one <td> cell.....

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Response.Write "<td>" & match.SubMatches(0) & "</td>"


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is there a way i can pick certain values out of match.SubMatches? or do i just have to take them out as they go through the loop?

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You can use first_matches.Item(n).SubMatches(0) instead of a For Each loop

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