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Re: How do I put a Reg.Exp. in expected results of ch ecklists?
User Richard McCrae (email@example.com) posted:
Well, one way to deal with this and save some headache is to use text verification instead of a gui checkpoint. (If you
need the gui check for other things, fine, but break out the part you want to use a regular exp on). So, once you have
captured the text you want to verify, you can just use the 'match' function to check if it is what you want or not.
Syntax is well described in the help files.
Robert Lauzon wrote: