David,

I want to a regex that will match "@midrange."


Try @[^.]*\.

Which means match a @, then match any character BUT a period (the [^.]) zero
or more times (the *) followed by a literal period (the escaped period so it
is not treated as a wildcard).

Some people might prefer [.] to \. making it @[^.]*[.] which should also
work. When inside a [] group, the period is not a wildcard.

Doug

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