A regular expression.
See here for a specification of the supported syntax.
// Works with show rules. #show regex("\d+"): set text(red) The numbers 1 to 10. // Works with string methods. #("a,b;c" .split(regex("[,;]")))
ConstructorIf a type has a constructor, you can call it like a function to create a new value of the type.
Create a regular expression from a string.
regexPositionalPositional parameters are specified in order, without names.
The regular expression as a string.
Most regex escape sequences just work because they are not valid Typst escape sequences. To produce regex escape sequences that are also valid in Typst (e.g.
\\), you need to escape twice. Thus, to match a verbatim backslash, you would need to write
If you need many escape sequences, you can also create a raw element and extract its text to use it for your regular expressions: