If there is one aspect of any language I cannot understand it is regex.
I have some strings I need to parse, of varying length and content, but there are patterns.
There 2 base types
the first always begins with %zn% and can be short or long and have multiple blocks on one line, but separated by what seems to be a SPACE char
%zn%pram-1%shop=mayfair%15.99$7% %zn%buggy-1%shop=humbug%7.0$9% etc.. and sometimes just one block per string.
I get to the %zn% part by using .IndexOf member of string class, but what I need is everything after %zn% right upto the space or end of string.
I'm totally hopeless with regex and hoping for a start and some schooling on why/how it works.
I.d really appreciate any help anyone can offer.