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I am trying to write a simple AS3 script to replace a part of a string, with the help of
RegExp. However, if I try using /regex/, it tells me that "CURLY_CLOSE expected, DIVIDE
found". As a workaround, I tried using "var test:RegExp = new RegExp("/regex/", "");",
however this does not work for the thing I am working on (Fallout 4 game HUD, in short),
and it causes a crash if I force it.
In short, this line throws an error:
"var _loc10_:RegExp = /<..> /;"
I am sorry, very new to AS3, however I found an online interpreter and tested stuff there
first. Checked Adobe website for Regex and etc... and the line above should be valid, or
am I doing something wrong?
Using JPEXS 7.1.1, on Win7 64bit, latest Flash Player and playerglobal_19.swc.