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    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Trivial
    • Resolution: Fixed
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    • Fix Version/s: 2.2.0ruta
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      Description

      WORDLIST is defined as a list of text items. What if I have a list of regular expressions that I want to mark as the same type. Is there a command that would do it?

      My use case is that I want to find medication statements in text, but there is a large variation in spelling and dose description, so regular expressions are a more concise way to cover all possible cases. So I was trying to use syntax below, but the only matches were for those cases where there was a single word without special regex syntax.

      DECLARE Medication;
      WORDLIST MedicationList='Medication.regex';
      Paragraph{-> MARKFAST(Medication, MedicationList, true,1)};

      What can I change in the rules so that the items in MedicationList are treated as regular expressions.
      Thank you.

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            • Assignee:
              pkluegl Peter Klügl
              Reporter:
              ovpatterson Olga Patterson
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