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Most recent edit on 2008-06-21 18:43:34 by MarkEdgar [add flex/flash links]

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~-Adobe Flex 3 Regular expression syntax literals RegExp class

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Edited on 2007-12-31 13:22:56 by MarkEdgar [Add tools section]

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~-IEEE 1003.1 2003 (SUSv3) documents both POSIX Basic Regular Expressions and POSIX Extended Regular Expressions.
Tools
QuickRex Plugin for Eclipse


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~-IEEE 1003.1 2003 (SUSv3) documents POSIX Basic Regular Expressions and POSIX Extended Regular Expressions.



Edited on 2007-10-14 14:56:53 by MarkEdgar [add rexv]

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RegexAsk: how to get answers on #regex
RegexFAQ: frequently asked questions
Rex V: an AJAX Regular EXpression eValuator
Implementation-specific references
RegexExamples: example programs


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Tutorial
How to ask questions on #regex
Frequently Asked Questions
Example programs
Language-specific reference




Edited on 2007-07-05 13:55:23 by MarkEdgar [promote channel]

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This is the more-or-less official home page of the FreeNode IRC channel #regex ( irc://irc.freenode.net/regex ). Come join us there for real-time support!

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Support
Come visit us on FreeNode IRC channel #regex.




Edited on 2007-05-18 17:18:26 by MarkEdgar [link to RegexAsk]

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How to ask questions on #regex




Edited on 2007-01-14 22:19:05 by MarkEdgar [typo]

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~- The ERE | alternation operator is spelled \| in TextPad
TextPad also supports \< and \> to match the start and end of a word; \t, \f, and \n to match tab, form feed, and newline; \xHH to match a character via its code point specified in hexadecimal; and an additional character class [[:token:]] which matches a token character according to the current Syntax definition. See the TextPad manual for more information.

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~- The ERE | alternation operator is \| TextPad
TextPad also supports \< and \> to match the start and end of a word; \t, \f, and \n to match tab, form feed, and newline; \xHH to match a character via its hexadecimal code point; and an additional character class [[:token:]] which matches a token character according to the current Syntax definition. See the TextPad manual for more information.




Edited on 2007-01-14 22:17:12 by MarkEdgar [typo]

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~ According to the TextPad manual (distributed with TextPad v4.7.3), TextPad mostly supports POSIX Extended Regular Expression syntax, with the following changes:

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~ According to the TextPad manual (distributed with TextPad v4.7.3), TextPad mostly supports POSIX Extended Regular Expression syntax, which the following changes:



Edited on 2007-01-10 22:20:36 by MarkEdgar [add mod_rewrite 1.3 and 2.2; fix Lua 5.0 link; add Lua 5.1 link]

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~-mod_rewrite - Apache HTTP Server Version 1.3 2.0 2.2
  • Lua: 5.0 reference manual Lua: 5.1 reference manual

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    ~-mod_rewrite - Apache HTTP Server Version 2.0
  • Lua: 5.0 reference manual



    Edited on 2007-01-05 13:25:25 by MarkEdgar [Add link to GNU regex]

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    NB: The official Ruby releases (as of 1.8.x) use a modified implementation of GNU Regex. Newer versions of Ruby will use Oniguruma.

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    NB: The official Ruby releases use the GNU Regex implementation. Newer versions of Ruby will use Oniguruma.



    Edited on 2007-01-05 13:15:39 by MarkEdgar [Document Ruby flavor]

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    NB: The official Ruby releases use the GNU Regex implementation. Newer versions of Ruby will use Oniguruma.



    Edited on 2007-01-05 12:59:34 by MarkEdgar [change ruby doc links]

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    ~-Ruby (current) Class and Library Reference: Regexp String

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    ~-Ruby v1.6 Class and Library Reference: Regexp String



    Edited on 2006-10-24 18:54:30 by MarkEdgar [formatting bug]

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    Edited on 2006-10-16 14:53:41 by MarkEdgar [added TextPad information]

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    Implementation notes

  • Notes on TextPad
    According to the TextPad manual (distributed with TextPad v4.7.3), TextPad mostly supports POSIX Extended Regular Expression syntax, which the following changes:
  • The ERE ( ) grouping operator is spelled \( \) in TextPad
  • The ERE { } quantifier operator is spelled \{ \} in TextPad
  • The ERE | alternation operator is \| TextPad TextPad also supports \< and \> to match the start and end of a word; \t, \f, and \n to match tab, form feed, and newline; \xHH to match a character via its hexadecimal code point; and an additional character class [[:token:]] which matches a token character according to the current Syntax definition. See the TextPad manual for more information.



    Edited on 2006-09-18 21:56:24 by MarkEdgar [added String manual page to Ruby]

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    Ruby v1.6 Class and Library Reference: Regexp]] String

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    Ruby v1.6 Class and Library Reference: Regexp]]



    Edited on 2006-01-31 12:38:08 by MarkEdgar [added link to Lua]

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    ~-Lua: 5.0 reference manual



    Edited on 2006-01-20 13:13:40 by MarkEdgar [Changed opengroup.org link.]

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    ~-IEEE 1003.1 2003 (SUSv3) documents POSIX Basic Regular Expressions and POSIX Extended Regular Expressions.

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    ~-IEEE 1003.1 2003 (SUSv3) documents POSIX Basic Regular Expressions and POSIX Extended Regular Expressions.



    Edited on 2005-12-09 16:51:53 by MarkEdgar [added .NET framework link]

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    ~-.NET Framework Regular Expressions



    Edited on 2005-12-01 11:16:52 by MarkEdgar [link to RegexExamples]

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    Example programs




    Edited on 2005-11-14 15:50:49 by MarkEdgar [clarified JavaScript link]

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    JavaScript - Core JavaScript 1.5 Guide - Regular Expressions]]

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    DevMo Core JavaScript 1.5 Guide - Regular Expressions]]



    Oldest known version of this page was edited on 2005-11-09 11:55:06 by MarkEdgar [Initial version]
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    Regular expression resources


  • Introduction
    Wikipedia:Regular_expression is an excellent introductory article.

    Tutorial
    perlretut is a Perl regular expression tutorial.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Support
    Come visit us on FreeNode IRC channel #regex.

    Standards

    Book
    Want to become a regex master? You must read Jeffrey Friedl's Mastering Regular Expressions.

    Language-specific reference
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