I’ve tried to write ([f01][ch1]) and ([f01]&&[ch1]) to no avail.
Any help is greatly appreciated! Thank you.
I’m no regex expert… but I think you have the syntax wrong. If you enclose those characters within [brackets]'s … it will look at individual characters… so [f01] = f or 0 or 1… I think if you enclose them within (parentheses) - it will search for the group of characters… so (f01)(ch1) = f01 or ch1. I think??? You’ll have to test and play a bit to see… doesn’t matter if they are not consecutive - but are they at the same locations in all filenames? That might be important too…
If the filenames contain both
"ch1", in that order, the regex should be:
.* stands for “any character, zero or more times”.
You can try and test other regex here.
@alanasatsuki Could you please post the list of filenames? Just a couple of example names is fine. Then we can infer the pattern and suggest to you the exact regex to use.