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I can't get match with #2
1 a 2 a 3 a 4 a 5 a 8 a 9 b
I can not match the above I tried [0-9a] as a regex but does not work. What is wrong please?
Rich Zimmerman24,063 Points
So right now [0-9a] is only going to match any character that is a number from 0-9 or a, so essentially you're matching each single character as a match. so: [0-9a] matches 0 [0-9a] matches a [0-9a] matches 5 if you're trying to match more than one character, you'll need to define your Regex differently - there's a few ways to do it.
What specifically are you NOT getting a match for?
Christina Giannouli18,202 Points
I think this works: [0-9] ?[a-z] Note that there is a space between numbers and letters.
Ozaveshe BalogunFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 20,190 Points
This is very old.
[1-9ab ] or