Howdy folks, I've been trying to improve on some of my RegEx and while I have been able to simplify a lot of them, I have come across one particular case that has me stumped. I tried searching for a RegEx forum but didn't come up with anything (perhaps somebody here knows of a RegEx specific forum they could direct me to as well).
Below is a line from which I am trying to extract the words "ERO Headquarters AOR Caller" as well as the RegEx I use to get it. Obviously, this comes between the words "Status" and "CustomerConnected".
Status ERO Headquarters AOR Caller CustomerConnected
I had to put in
\s twice because there is both a tab and new line after the word Status. I tried several combinations of
\s* and the like to have it search for multiple cases of white space, but they never worked. What would be the proper way to write this so it looks for more than one instance of white space after the word "Status" so as to include both the tab and the new line?
EDIT: I should state that the RegEx I use works just fine...I just want to know how to simplify
\s\s portion of it.