Updated Answer to CSS Regex Question

I gave out a bit of duff information in my last post. Thanks Rasmus!

The code should have been:

string css = @".class1{color:pink;}.class2{color:blue;}";string patt = @".[-]?[_a-zA-Z][_a-zA-Z0-9-]|[^\0-\177]\[0-9a-f]{1,6}(\r\n[ \n\r\t\f])?|\[^\n\r\f0-9a-f]*";MatchCollection arr = Regex.Matches(css, patt);}

The "arr" Collection will contain all the class names found in the input string. arr.Count will be the number of matches, and it can be indexed like so: arr[0].Value etc. etc.

Sorry about that :)

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