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Default Question on Pattern matching using VBscript

Hi:

I am new to Vbscript. I need to macth a pattern in a string. Ex I need to match startup_qkload_test_8to1_pm_st out of the line below:
call startup_qkload_test_8to1_pm_st > TS0 .X .X .X .0 1X11 .1 1100XX .1 10XX10 ;
I use subRE.pattern="call ([a-zA-Z][\w]+[a-zA-Z]) >" hoping that the matches object will remember only the portion in the parenthesis ([a-zA-Z][\w]+[a-zA-Z]) but it seems to match call startup_qkload_test_8to1_pm_st > when all I want is startup_qkload_test_8to1_pm_st

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You shouldn't be surprised that your regexp matches the part you've asked it to match! The part in parentheses will be in yourmatch.SubMatches(0)

you can test whether there's anything there by first checking that
yourmatch.SubMatches.Count = 1.

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