At 11:35 2009-02-19 -0500, Charles Gregory wrote:
* ^Date:.* (1|2|3|4|5|6|7) $MNTH $YR
* ^Date:.* [1-7] $MNTH $YR
Which should be noted is regexp for any one number that happens to be in
the character range of 1-7. The same regexp WILL NOT work for "8-14" or
"15-21" or whatever, so you're much better off sticking to the first
syntax, which is clearer in meaning.
Scoring would be a way to utilize the day value directly (once extracted
from the Date field, in a manner similar to my previously posted example).
Note: On some systems, to make $MNTH work, you need to insert
a backslash *after* the $ sign....
* ^Date:.* [1-7] $\MNTH $\YR
The $\variable syntax escapes characters with regexp meanings (of which
there should be none in the month or year). What you want is a $ flag at
the beginning of the recipe, to expand and evaluate variables found within
* $ ^Date:.* [1-7] $MNTH $YR
(though I have a different regexp in the example I posted)
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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