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Old 09.02.2017, 05:33
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Default Filter regex not work (Unicode, Not Unicode)

Filter regex not work :(

Unicode:
(?>\x0D\x0A|[\x0A-\x0D\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}])

Not Unicode:
(?>\x0D\x0A|[\x0A-\x0D])
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Old 09.02.2017, 08:52
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How about providing example String and what exactly you want to filter?
Also check docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/util/regex/Pattern.html
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Old 09.02.2017, 09:21
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Oh, What exactly Regex?
Show the filename of the Unicode and non-Unicode.
I really like Onigmo regex.
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Old 09.02.2017, 09:49
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Please provide example links or something to work with. I also don't understand what your regex should do.
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RE版DJ仔.mp3 (Find Unicode Filename)
Bla Bla Bla.mp3 (Find Non-Unicode Filename)

Download Only Unicode Filename:
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Old 09.02.2017, 11:06
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When using correct pattern, works fine
Filter -> Filename contains ->
.*?[\x0A-\x0D\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}]*
enable regex
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When using correct pattern, works fine
Filter -> Filename contains ->
.*?[\x0A-\x0D\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}]*
enable regex
Code:
System.ArgumentException: analizowanie ".*?[\x0A-\x0D\x{85}\x{2028}\x{2029}]*" - Za ma³o cyfr szesnastkowych.
                                       w System.Text.RegularExpressions.RegexParser.ScanHex(Int32 c)
                                       w System.Text.RegularExpressions.RegexParser.ScanCharEscape()
                                       w System.Text.RegularExpressions.RegexParser.ScanCharClass(Boolean caseInsensitive, Boolean scanOnly)
                                       w System.Text.RegularExpressions.RegexParser.CountCaptures()
                                       w System.Text.RegularExpressions.RegexParser.Parse(String re, RegexOptions op)
                                       w System.Text.RegularExpressions.Regex..ctor(String pattern, RegexOptions options, Boolean useCache)
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that error output isn't from JDownloader
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Old 01.04.2017, 09:39
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Excuse me very much, but I mean "Quick FiltrRegex" in the LinkGrabber or Download list

Example Working Unicode + Addition Ignore Polish alphabet
[^\x{00}-\x{7f}\x{104}\x{106}\x{118}\x{141}\x{143}\x{d3}\x{15a}\x{179}\x{17b}\x{105}\x{107}\x{119}\x{142}\x{1 44}\x{f3}\x{15b}\x{17a}\x{17c}]
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my regex buddy is out of date (old version) but it's stating that the unicode points are invalid for the java package.
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Old 02.04.2017, 05:18
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What is the correct Regex for "Quick Filter"?
Because both regex does not work in JD2!
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Old 03.04.2017, 10:34
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[^\x{00}-\x{7f}\x{104}\x{106}\x{118}\x{141}\x{143}\x{d3}\x{15a}\x{179}\x{17b}\x{105}\x{107}\x{119}\x{142}\x{1 44}\x{f3}\x{15b}\x{17a}\x{17c}]
You just specify a character class, you must also specify a greedy quantifier!
Please learn regex yourself!
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