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    3 <title>pcre_get_stringnumber specification</title>
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    6 <h1>pcre_get_stringnumber man page</h1>
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   15 <br><b>
   16 SYNOPSIS
   17 </b><br>
   18 <P>
   19 <b>#include &#60;pcre.h&#62;</b>
   20 </P>
   21 <P>
   22 <b>int pcre_get_stringnumber(const pcre *<i>code</i>,</b>
   23 <b>     const char *<i>name</i>);</b>
   24 <br>
   25 <br>
   26 <b>int pcre16_get_stringnumber(const pcre16 *<i>code</i>,</b>
   27 <b>     PCRE_SPTR16 <i>name</i>);</b>
   28 <br>
   29 <br>
   30 <b>int pcre32_get_stringnumber(const pcre32 *<i>code</i>,</b>
   31 <b>     PCRE_SPTR32 <i>name</i>);</b>
   32 </P>
   33 <br><b>
   34 DESCRIPTION
   35 </b><br>
   36 <P>
   37 This convenience function finds the number of a named substring capturing
   38 parenthesis in a compiled pattern. Its arguments are:
   39 <pre>
   40   <i>code</i>    Compiled regular expression
   41   <i>name</i>    Name whose number is required
   42 </pre>
   43 The yield of the function is the number of the parenthesis if the name is
   44 found, or PCRE_ERROR_NOSUBSTRING otherwise. When duplicate names are allowed
   45 (PCRE_DUPNAMES is set), it is not defined which of the numbers is returned by
   46 <b>pcre[16|32]_get_stringnumber()</b>. You can obtain the complete list by calling
   47 <b>pcre[16|32]_get_stringtable_entries()</b>.
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