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Use Regex to match

Use Regex to match
Imports System
Imports System.Text
Imports System.Text.RegularExpressions

Public Class MainClass
    Shared Sub Main()
             Dim string1 As String = "This is a test string"
             Dim theReg As New Regex("(\S+)\s")

             Dim theMatches As MatchCollection = theReg.Matches(string1)

             Dim theMatch As Match
             For Each theMatch In theMatches

                 Console.WriteLine("theMatch.Length: {0}", _

                 If theMatch.Length <> 0 Then
                     Console.WriteLine("theMatch: {0}", _
                        theMatch.ToString(  ))
                 End If

             Next theMatch
   End Sub

End Class


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