combine regex to match subgroups in different order

I have a string with may have one of the 2 below structure



some examples would be


The goal is to match as below

["Abc1", "!deF2>Ghi3,4jlmNO", "!pQr5st", "#1400"]
["Abc1", "#1400", "!deF2>Ghi3,4jlmNO", "!pQr5st"]

I can manage to get the result with 3 regex, but not with 1

const a = str.match(/w+/)
const b = str.match(/([!][a-zA-Z0-9>,]+)/g)
const c = str.match(/[#]d+/)

How can I get the expected result with a single regex ?

Source: JavaSript – Stack Overflow

November 27, 2021
Category : News
Tags: javascript | regex

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