Using Regular Expressions in AutoHotkey is awesome! On more complex expressions, I like to use Named subpatterns in AutoHotkey Regular Expressions to, automatically, store the results in named variables which indicate what they represent.
I typically get my RegEx working properly then I go back and change the pattern to using a named subpattern. For instance if the following was your RegEx that you got working:
(\w\w\w)/(\d\d)/(\d\d\d\d) I would go back and adapt it to:
Video demonstrating how to create Named subpatterns in AutoHotkey Regular Expressions