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Regular Expressions : grab flash devices

I know its an art and it takes a little time .. but is there a better way to do this ?

Code:
(sup-)?boot(disk|flash)|flash\d*|disk\d

Quote:
bootdisk
bootflash
disk0
flash
flash0
flash1
sup-bootdisk
Thanks in advance
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You will get a better response if you provide us with more complete details or input and output and how you are calling your regex, etc.

We are really not great mind readers here.... sorry about that.

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