[TxMt] Re: Conditional regex
Dijk van Marc
marcvdijk at gmail.com
Wed May 27 14:30:02 UTC 2009
> his indeed works but I do think I need to be a bit more specific.
> Lets look again at the line:
> ATOM 14 CA GLN A 2 -27.648 -9.581 30.325 1.00 10.00
> My goal is to have both the 'ATOM' string and the 'GLN' string colored
> Using ^(ATOM|HETATM)\b I can color the ATOM part.
> Using \bGLN\b I can color the GLN part.
> The problem is that I only want the GLN part to be colored if the line
> starts with ATOM. In your reply the complete part starting with ATOM
> up to GLN gets colored.
Thanks for all comments and tips on my "Conditional regex" question.
Nevertheless I'm still a bit of a novice when it deals with regular
Although I can see the logic in many of your tips I'm still unable to
bits and pieced together into a functional expression.
Would anyone of you be so kind to provide me with a more elaborate
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