Colin Dabritz

Age: 31

I am a Systems Development Engineer at the Business Solutions Group in Corvallis, OR. It is an experiential learning program for students, hosted at Oregon State University.
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answered Is there a way to run unit tests sequentially with MSTests?
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comment How can I clone an SQL Server database on the same server in SQL Server 2008 Express?
Neils, the files are the same, by default, in the snapshot you took. You can change the names of them to create new files for the newly named database.
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comment How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
True, nice use of built in tools. This is helping me learn javascript regular expressions though. I already know C ;)
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comment How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
Yes, fortunately the regexes handle the Mx -> Mxx case nicely: newTheorems.push( startingTheorem.replace( /(M)(.+)/i, "$1$2$2" ) );
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comment How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
Yes, this case is fairly simple. They get a bit more complex, and ideally it would be essentially open ended.
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comment How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
Missread the above, I was editing the last index directly, which turns out to be much less useful. This appears to work, thanks much!
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accepted How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
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comment How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
Hrm, why +1, not -1? This doesn't appear to solve my problem, I'm still poking at it. I'll report back with what I find.
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revised How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
added 156 characters in body; edited title
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comment How to get all possible overlapping matches for a string
Yes, as per the examples. e.g. MIIII should have two matches, for M[III]I and MI[III]. (These go on to become MUI and MIU). Exec looked promising, but it won't handle overlapping cases.
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