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I use in a EE site Structure and Low events. I need to use switchee but I can't find the correct regex for a date format like this: yyyy-mm I use quit often this switchee regex: {case value="#^P(\d+)$#|''"} for paging but I just can't find it for I need: {case value="yyyy-mm|''"}

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For a not too specific match try:

{case value="#\d{4}-\d{2}#"}

which would match 4 digits ( \d{4} ) then a dash ( - ) then 2 digits ( \d{2} ).

UPDATE: Forgot about encoding brackets in switchee regex, one of these should work:

{case value="#\d\d\d\d-\d\d#"}

or

{case value="#\d{4|-\d{2|#"}

The second version replaces the brackets with { for { and | for } .

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  • I'm afraid switchee does not accept this characters, { }, in the regex.
    – worfoual
    Commented Oct 8, 2014 at 8:25
  • Thanks Romans, but what I want does work. On my first page with events it's working just perfect but if my URL is .../agenda/2014-11 I get a 404 page. I thought that Structure would work with switchee but it does not. Structure does understand the paging and when it's empty {case value="#^P(\d+)$#|''"} but not with a date yyyy-mm
    – worfoual
    Commented Oct 8, 2014 at 14:00
  • What is the exact value of the variable you're using in switchee where it's not working: /agenda/2014-11 ? Commented Oct 8, 2014 at 15:14
  • I use Structure and LowEvents. {exp:switchee variable="{segment_3}" parse="inward"} {case value="#^P(\d+)$#|''"} Listing agenda items by month. Structure ignore segment_3 is this one is a paging and I want structure to also ignore segment_3 if this one looks like yyyy-mm {/case} {case default="Yes"} Detail agenda items. If segment_3 is not a paging, not empty and not somethings like yyyy-mm show the detail of one item {/case}
    – worfoual
    Commented Oct 9, 2014 at 6:28

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