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ConcatStringRegExPattern

Specifies the regular expression pattern of the concated text lines. It is used to correct the recognized line text.

Example

{
    "ConcatStringRegExPattern":""
}

Parameter Summary

Parameter Details
Type
String
Range
The supported regular expression pattern syntax is shown in the following table.
Default Value
””
Remarks
It is used to correct the recognized line text.

Supported regular expressions pattern syntax:

characters matches
\d a decimal digit character (same as “[0-9]”).
\D any character that is not a decimal digit character (same as “[^0-9]”).
\s a whitespace character (same as “ “ or “[ ]”).
\S any character that is not a whitespace character (same as “[^ ]”).
\w an alphanumeric or underscore character (same as “[0-9A-z_]”).
\W any character that is not an alphanumeric or underscore character (same as “[^0-9A-z_]”).
[class] any character that is part of the class.
[^class] any character that is not part of the class.
* The preceding atom is matched 0 or more times.
+ The preceding atom is matched 1 or more times.
? The preceding atom is optional (matched either 0 times or once).
(subpattern) Groups a sequence of subpatterns as a matching atom.
{n} The preceding atom is matched exactly n times.
{min,} The preceding atom is matched min or more times.
{,max} The preceding atom is matched at least 0 times, but not more than max.
{min,max} The preceding atom is matched at least min times, but not more than max.
{(n)} The preceding atom matches exactly n characters.
{(min,)} The preceding atom matches min or more characters.
{(,max)} The preceding atom matches at least 0 characters, but not more than max.
{(min,max)} The preceding atom matches at least min characters, but not more than max.
[(string1,string2,…)] any case insensitive string that is one of the listed strings separated by commas (,). For example: [(CAN,USA)] matches CAN, USA or can.
[(minnumericstring-maxnumericstring)] a numeric string that is between minnumericstring and maxnumericstring. For example: [(01-12)] matches 01, 02, 03, … until 12).

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