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FIND_REGEX_INFO_EX

Used by Editor_FindRegex inline function (EE_FIND_REGEX message). This structure is obsolete. Newer plug-ins should use the FIND_REGEX_INFO_EX structure instead.

typedef struct _FIND_REGEX_INFO_EX {

   size_t cbSize; // sizeof( FIND_REGEX_INFO_EX )

   UINT64 nFlags;

   LPCWSTR pszRegex;

   LPCWSTR pszText;

   LPCWSTR* ppszStart;

   LPCWSTR* ppszEnd;

   LPCWSTR* ppszNext;

   LPCWSTR pszReplace;

   LPWSTR pszResult;

   UINT cchResult;

   LPCWSTR pszStartAt;

   UINT nBackRefResult;

   UINT nBackRefBuf;

   BACK_REF BackRef[MAX_BACK_REF];

} FIND_REGEX_INFO_EX;

 

Members

cbSize

[in] Size of this data structure, in bytes. Set this member to sizeof( FIND_REGEX_INFO_EX ) before sending the EE_FIND_REGEX message.

nFlags

[in] Specifies a combination of the following values.

FLAG_FIND_CASE

Matches cases.

FLAG_FIND_ONLY_WORD

Searches only words.

FLAG_FIND_REGEX_BOOST

Uses Boost.Regex as the regular expression engine.

FLAG_FIND_REGEX_ONIGMO

Uses Onigmo as the regular expression engine.

FLAG_FIND_SEPARATE_CRLF

Treats CR and LF separately.

pszRegex

[in] Specifies a regular expression to search for.

pszText

[in] Specifies a string to search.

ppszStart

[out] The pointer at the beginning of the string where the regular expression matches.

ppszEnd

[out] The pointer at the end of the string where the regular expression matches.

ppszNext

[out] The pointer at the position of the string where the next regular expression search should occur if necessary.

pszReplace

[in] Specifies a replace expression.

pszResult

[out] Specifies a pointer to the buffer to receive the replaced string.

cchResult

[in] Specifies the size of the buffer in characters.

pszStartAt

[in] Specifies the starting position where the search begins. If this is NULL, the search starts at the beginning of the string (pszText).

nBackRefResult

[out] Returns the number of backreferences stored in the BackRef field.

nBackRefBuf

[in] This field should be MAX_BACK_REF if you want to receive backreferences, or 0 if you don't need to receive backreferences.

BackRef

[out] Returns backreferences. For example, BackRef[0] = \0, BackRef[1] = \1, BackRef[2] = \2, ..., BackRef[1000] = \k<1000>.

Version

Supported on Version 15.7.

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