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Google Spreadsheets Query( “where a matches '/[A-Z+]/' ”) condition

According to Google Query documentation: matches - A (preg) regular expression match. haystack matches needle is true if the regular expression in needle matches haystack. Examples: where ...
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Search Gmail by attachment part name

As the title suggests, I can search like so: filename:{asf asx avi divx flv m4v mkv mov mp4 mpeg mpg ogm wmv} Or filename:example.pdf But I want to search on filename with regex. Something like: ...
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I want a very specific regex filter in Gmail, is this possible? [duplicate]

I would like a filter like this: *@*.ab.com In this example is * a wildcard which can contain any possible substring. Is this even possible, and if it is, how do I make one?
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REGEXEXTRACT and French accents in Google Spreadsheets

I have the following formula: =REGEXEXTRACT(source!A2,"^[\w\s\À-ÿ]+") where source!A2="Ancien Marché Saint-Jacques (1125, rue Ontario Est)" and I would like to extract Ancien Marché ...
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How can I search gmail for a windows activation key?

Somewhere lost in my gmail is a windows key. It's by itself in an email but I cannot find it. It's formated like so: XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX If gmail supported regular expressions it would be ...
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Finding and removing periods in Google Spreadsheet

I'm using a Google Spreadsheet and trying to create a formula to remove a period and anything that comes before it in a cell. For example: idontwantthis.iwantthis I have used this in the past: ...
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Search a single website using regular expressions?

Is there a way to search a single web-domain using regular expressions? I've been mirroring sites with WinHTTrack and then using dtDesktopSearch but it's an incredibly inefficient process and I was ...
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Is it possible to search MediaWiki sites using regular expressions?

I'd like to search for phrases using regular expressions on sites such as Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons. Is it possible to do this? Example regex search query: (facebook|google) (corporate ...
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Is there a way to search in Google using regular expressions (regex)?

It would be very useful if Google provided a regular expression search. Is there a way to do this? (OBS: I am not talking about false regular expressions like site:, filetype:, AND, OR or "Text". I ...
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How to write a clean gmail filter for SVN commits?

I have a dozen or so SVN projects that generate a few dozen email messages every day, each with subject line like this "[SVN projectname] in branch/trunk list of files". I want to send these email ...
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Google Search with Regular Expressions [duplicate]

Is it possible to use regular expressions or very simple regular expressions in google search? Like search the term "goog?e", where the ? indicates a character or a number.
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What tools exist that can do string matching (ex. regex) websearches? [closed]

Is there any web search tool that can do the following: Perform a web search where one of the keywords is a string pattern, such as ####suffix, and will match the best result that matches a string ...
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Is there a way to search and replace a regular expression in Google Docs spreadsheets?

The problem is that I entered a lot of formulas like =round(x+y) into a Google Docs spreadsheet. Now I need them exported to MS Excel and the latter only accepts =round(x+y,0) as a valid format. ...
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Search Engine that Doesn't Ignore Punctuation? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to search the internet for terms with special characters Is there a search engine that will not ignore punctuation marks (like $ % & ! @ #...)? I want to search ...
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Online regex preview tool

Is there any good regex webapps out there? I'd like to be able to set which type of regex syntax is used, enter some text and a regex and get matches highlighted. Preferably with different colors so ...