Could someone give me the regex pattern and replacement pattern to replace blank thousands separators with commas? That is to say, 15 789 489 with 15,789,489.Thanks.
Is this a search & replace operation or something else?
Are the numbers always like that or could there be these:
1 234 567 6781 234 5671 23421 234 567 67812 234 56711 234131 234 567 678211 234 567981 234
Yes, it is search and replace, and it could be for any length of number like the examples you give.
At a very simple level you might get away with this:
It doesn't seem to be working for me. For example for the number 145 125 789 489 Regex Match Autosuggest Provider is providing just 145,125
I asked you if this was a search and replace and you said yes. It will not achieve what you're after with the Regex Match AutoSuggest Provider. I thought you were letting Studio do it's thing and needed to run a search and replace afterwards.
To do what you want in the regex autosuggest provider I think you'll need to create multiple rules... maybe something like this:
Maybe someone else has a clever way of doing this in one... would love to know what this would be myself!
When I think about it, what I wanted would not really save me any time. Hitting ctrl+, and then Enter will give me the correct number in the target segment, and it is exactly the same number of keystrokes as hitting 2 and then Enter using Regext Match. Still, thanks for looking into it for me.