Danfeng Li 2012-09-07, 21:06
-Re: REPLACE with backslash
Bill Graham 2012-09-07, 21:14
To get \ in a regex you need to escape it to \\, since the slash is
reserved in the regex. Then each slash needs to be escaped again to be used
in a java string. Hence \\\\. Painful, yes.
On Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 2:06 PM, Danfeng Li <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm little bit puzzled about REPLACE when there is backslash involved.
> I want to replace all the "dir" in the string with "\\test\sub",
> After a lot of try and error, I finally got it done, but I'm not sure why
> it is the case. Here's my code
> A = load 'a.txt' as (name:chararray);
> B = foreach A generate REPLACE(name,'dir','\\\\\\\\test\\\\sub');
> dump B;
> The thing I'm confused about is why do I need to use "\\\\" in order to
> generate a "\", can anyone explain the reason? I'm using pig 0.9.1.
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Danfeng Li 2012-09-08, 20:44
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