Check out the detailed step-by-step guide on Test Studio. A simple search on "RegEx" will take you to the chapter on regular expression:
Test Studio uses regular expressions the same way they're used in the .NET Framework. What this means is that you can look at any .NET RegEx tutorials. Here is an example I found useful:
In this tutorial you can see an example:
Regex emailregex = new Regex("(?<user>[^@]+)@(?<host>.+)");
which is a regular expression object used to describe an e-mail pattern. For instance:
If you wanted to verify an e-mail link using Test Studio you can use the same regular expression in your regex verification: (?<user>[^@]+)@(?<host>.+)
I hope this answers your question; please don't hesitate to contact us again if you need more help.
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