Hi. The text parser is giving me problems…I’m trying to remove everything except commas, letters or numbers.
I have tried using this:
/\W+/g in the Pattern Field. New Value is an empty space.
I understand there has to be a capture group…though not familiar with it…I just wrap the above with ()
Thanks for your help.
HI Mike, can you give an example string of text please?
expression being used. You don’t need /g
You can test in regex101.
this is the text example: Blackalicious!,f-909,f909,Fillmore,Lisa Eng
It would not. See the link below that explains what your Regex is actually doing. This is the ONLY way to learn regular expressions. Guessing won’t work. Only learning the way of the Regular Expressions.
That just gets you the characters you don’t want. You want to negate that and grab what you do.
In the words of Yoda:
Young padawan, I will give you this one for free:
When searching for a specific set of patterns use the
 as a way to define the specific scope of characters you wish to grab, effectively eliminating the ones not inside the
\s is the whitespace you wish to keep.
Now it is not clear if you want to parse along the comma (,) boundary. I will leave that exercise for the young padawan.
And if young padawan has a few Republic credits in his pocket
book some time with a Make Hero.
This post might be helpful:
In this video, you will learn how to leverage ChatGPT to quickly create accurate Regular Expression (REGEX) patterns to use with the
Make.com Match Pattern Text Parser module.
The Match pattern module enables you to find and extract string elements matching a search pattern from a given text. The search pattern is a regular expression (aka regex or regexp), which is a sequence of characters in which each character is either a metacharacter, having a special meaning, or a regular character tha…