I have little to no experience w/ RegEx, so I’m looking for a little help on how to find/extract when specific characters are grouped together in a list…Even if they are not separated from other characters. Here’s an example:
List = (234524C, 55555f, 2323F, 5545G, FFF99, Word%202343)
What I’m looking to isolate is any time a number is followed by either the letter C or F (noCase style…so f or c, as well) and then isolate those list items. So in the example above, the first list item ends in 4C (a number followed by C), so that whole list item (234524C would need to be ‘found’, if we do a listFind or listContains). The 4th and 5th list items would not be found, since 4 has no C or F and 5 has letters before the number. That’s my first conundrum… I’m also hoping to isolate any list item that has %20 in it (see last list item in example).
I’ve played with a few online regex tools, but haven’t been able to create anything that only finds cases where the number and letter are consecutive w/ the number first.
The use case is trying to block some unwanted bot type traffic, that’s spamming a website’s search form with unrealistic/unwanted search words.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!