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Plastmannen3-Oct-23 1:26
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I see your concern but this RegEx is to be implemented with a OCR engine which sometimes (unfortunately) adds whitespaces where there are none.
So in my example "Rog er" has actually entered "Roger" and the OCR interprets it as two parts. I want to eliminate those cases, if an actual "Rog er" appears then my customer is informed that hey have to look for "Roger".
"Rog-er / Rog-Er" is accounted for and allowed!
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