Regex.Match Method (String, String, RegexOptions)
Assembly: System (in system.dll)
'Declaration Public Shared Function Match ( _ input As String, _ pattern As String, _ options As RegexOptions _ ) As Match 'Usage Dim input As String Dim pattern As String Dim options As RegexOptions Dim returnValue As Match returnValue = Regex.Match(input, pattern, options)
public static function Match ( input : String, pattern : String, options : RegexOptions ) : Match
The string to be tested for a match.
The regular expression pattern to match.
A bitwise OR combination of RegexOption enumeration values.
Return ValueA regular expression Match object.
If you want to restrict a match so it does not scan, anchor the regular expression with a \G (at the left for a left-to-right pattern, or at the right for a right-to-left pattern). This restricts the match so it must start exactly at startpos.
When a Regex is left-to-right (the default), the match and the scan proceed rightward, starting at the character at startat. When a Regex is right-to-left (constructed with the RightToLeft option enabled), the match and scan are in the opposite direction and begin with the character at startat -1.
The static Match methods are equivalent to constructing a Regex object with the specified pattern and calling the instance method Match. The static methods are provided to allow an isolated, single use of a regular expression without explicitly creating a Regex object.
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