findAll

Common
JVM
JS
1.0
fun findAll(
    input: CharSequence,
    startIndex: Int = 0
): Sequence<MatchResult>
Native
1.3
fun findAll(
    input: CharSequence,
    startIndex: Int
): Sequence<MatchResult>
For JVM, JS

Returns a sequence of all occurrences of a regular expression within the input string, beginning at the specified startIndex.



fun main(args: Array<String>) {
//sampleStart
val text = "Hello Alice. Hello Bob. Hello Eve."
val regex = Regex("Hello (.*?)[.]")
val matches = regex.findAll(text)
val names = matches.map { it.groupValues[1] }.joinToString()
println(names) // Alice, Bob, Eve
//sampleEnd
}

Exceptions

IndexOutOfBoundsException - if startIndex is less than zero or greater than the length of the input char sequence.

For Common

Returns a sequence of all occurrences of a regular expression within the input string, beginning at the specified startIndex.



fun main(args: Array<String>) {
//sampleStart
val text = "Hello Alice. Hello Bob. Hello Eve."
val regex = Regex("Hello (.*?)[.]")
val matches = regex.findAll(text)
val names = matches.map { it.groupValues[1] }.joinToString()
println(names) // Alice, Bob, Eve
//sampleEnd
}
For Native

Returns a sequence of all occurrences of a regular expression within the input string, beginning at the specified startIndex.

Exceptions

IndexOutOfBoundsException - if startIndex is less than zero or greater than the length of the input char sequence.