Regular expressions are utilized in Vex Handler to hand over various values.
[Notes on setting up handover of values in Vex Handler]
-The part matching the condition in brackets "()" of a regular expression specified will be handed over.
-If a special character is included in the value to be handed over, be sure to use "￥" (Yen mark) or "\" (backslash) to escape the value.
(See the "Characters" table in the list below for more information).
*"Regular expression checker" has been implemented since Version 220.127.116.11.
The following features are available by using it.
-You can check if the character string can be handed over as you intended with the specified regular expression.
-You can select a regular expression from candidates that are displayed by dragging the string to be handed over.
For details, see User Guide "4.4.6 Regular Expression Checker".
[Basic regular expression notation]
■Examples of Regular expression notations
When performing a scan actually, bracketed strings serve as the destination or the source of the handover.
[Example 1] *The red text is specified in regular expressions.
<input type="text" name="csrf_key" value="a198d76c393453e596ca8020abe04110">
<input type="text" name="csrf_key" value="([0-9a-f]+)">
<img src="image.jpg" onclick="view_data(26)">
<img src="image.jpg" onclick="view_data\(([0-9]+)\)">