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Dart Regular Expressions


• var regExp = RegExp(r'^(.*)$', multiLine: true, caseSensitive: false);


String sourceThe regular expression as a String
{bool multiline}Whether this is a multiline regular expression. (matches ^ and $ at thebeginning and end of each line individually not the whole String)
{boolcaseSensitive} If the expression is case sensitive


Create and use a Regular Expression

var regExp = new RegExp(r"(\w+)");
var str = "Parse my string";
Iterable<Match> matches = regExp.allMatches(str);

It's a good idea to use "raw strings" (prefix with r) when writing regular expressions so you can use unescaped backslashes in your expression.


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