I'm trying to figure out how to use regex to grab the information between the double quotation marks, it will always be in this format:
It will ALWAYS have the "COMMAND" string there no matter what, and when the "DATA" string is there, it can contain any character including:
Client: ("COMMAND", "DATA(if it exists)", "ARG1(if it exists)", "ARG2(if it exists)", "ARG3(if it exists)")
Which I see as becoming another problem itself because what if it contains more opening and closing brackets, and double quotations? How will I identify the information in-between the double quotation mark and grab only that data using regex even if it contains the same thing with-in itself?
Client: ("CHAT", "Randombot331", "Hello ("World!")))()()))")