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How to query XML with an XPath expression by using Visual Basic .NET     
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This article demonstrates how to query an XPathDocument object with an XML Path Language (XPath) expression using the XPathNavigator class. XPath is used programmatically to evaluate expressions and select specific nodes in a document.
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HOW TO: Match a Pattern Using Regular Expressions and Visual Basic .NET (Q301264)     
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This article demonstrates how to create and use regular expressions to determine whether strings match certain patterns. Regular expressions allow for easy parsing and matching of strings to a specific pattern. Using the objects available in the RegularExpressions namespace, you can compare a string against a given pattern, replace a string pattern with another string, or retrieve only portions of a formatted string. In this example, we will construct a pattern to validate a e-mail address....

HOW TO: Match a Pattern Using Regular Expressions and Visual Basic .NET (Q301264 )     
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This article demonstrates how to create and use regular expressions to determine whether strings match certain patterns. Regular expressions allow for easy parsing and matching of strings to a specific pattern. Using the objects available in the RegularExpressions namespace, you can compare a string against a given pattern, replace a string pattern with another string, or retrieve only portions of a formatted string. In this example, we will construct a pattern to validate a e-mail address....

How to match a pattern using regular expressions in Visual Basic .NET or in Visual Basic 2005     
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This article demonstrates how to create and use regular expressions to determine whether strings match certain patterns. Regular expressions allow for easy parsing and matching of strings to a specific pattern. Using the objects available in the RegularExpressions namespace, you can compare a string against a given pattern, replace a string pattern with another string, or retrieve only portions of a formatted string. In this example, we will construct a pattern to validate a e-mail address....



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