Regex/QA Checker 3.0 > Grouped search expression - report if source matches but not target
Thread poster: Lenart

Lenart  Identity Verified
Luxembourg
Local time: 21:47
Dec 16, 2017

Hello,

could somebody please explain what this is and give an example of how it is used.

thank you


 

Jason_P
South Korea
Local time: 04:17
English to Korean
source_OK but target_NotOK Jan 24

for instance
Source:(abc)
Target:$1
if you have "abc" at both source and target you got nothing.
if you have "abc" at source but not in target you got bingo.


 


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