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Checked the regex in an online checker, it works there as it should. Not working though, what am i missing? It should echo, if you type 8 words back to back, but for some reason it isn't.

Code:
on *:text:*:#: {
  if ($regex($1-,/(\S+\s*)\1{7,}/i))  {
  echo -a Matched Successfully
  }
}


Thanks!

Last edited by keyeslol; 14/11/15 10:56 PM.

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You're capturing the spaces, this forces the same number of spaces to occur after each word - including the last. I think mIRC also chokes on the comma, separate the regex:

Code:
var %regex = /(\S+)(\s*\1){7,}/i
echo -ag $regex($1-,%regex)

Last edited by Loki12583; 14/11/15 11:21 PM.
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Still crapping out somewhere:

Code:
  var %regex = /(\S+)(\s*\1){7,}/i
  if ($regex($1-,%regex)) {
    do
}

Last edited by keyeslol; 14/11/15 11:29 PM.

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What text are you testing against?

//tokenize 32 ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab | var %regex = /(\S+)(\s*\1){7,}/i | echo -ag $regex($1-,%regex)

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Thanks, i got it working dude!

Last edited by keyeslol; 15/11/15 12:42 AM.

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