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Hello, I want to extract matches 2, 3 and 4 alone. How do I do it, using one expression?

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Hey @helpplease , If you use find matching patterns activity, and assign variable in Result of its properties panel it will give all Matches in a collection format.

Using Index you can get match 2, 3 and 4


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If you are talking about how to get the matches not only the first and remaining…then you can use the output of matches activity to get eqach like below

Matchesout(1).Value will give the second matched valueand the number can be increased to get each

If you want to leave only the first matches and get all the remaining into one variable then use matchesout.skip(1) this will leave first and give you all the other matches


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