I am trying to create a recursive balanced Regex query that will perform the following tasks:
echo " ";
The first PHP block should be caught by the regex and captured as a match; additionally, the second code block should be captured as well even with the echoed php code block.
Currently Im trying to accomplish this task with the following regex I found on google:
This regex Im using will match the second code block perfectly but is failing to match and capture the first code block because I have "$this->test()" in the code and there is a "do not match on < or >" rule in the query. However it must match both example blocks perfectly, I just dont know how to change it to do so while still taking into account the tag balancing.
Im doing this with C# in .NET 2.0.
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