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Regular Expressions in UFT

p3.pngRegular expressions (‘regex') are a common feature in many programming languages and utilities.  In HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT), you can use regular expressions in the descriptions used for object identification, but there are a couple of small twists to keep in mind.  

 

Continue reading to learn about regular expressions in UFT, and how to use them correctly to identify objects in your tests.

 

This post was written by Motti Lanzkron, from the HP UFT R&D team.

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