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Taught By: Jan Goyvaerts
Description: This tutorial teaches you all you need to know to be able to craft powerful time-saving regular expressions used for extracting information from text such as code, log files, spreadsheets, or even documents, how a regular expression engine works, and helps you understand why a particular regex does not do what you intended to commanded in any cases. You will learn every basic aspect of regular expressions and various insights even with minimal knowledge and background.
Prerequisite: This course is designed keeping in mind as 'beginners perspective' and thus starts with the most basic concepts so that you can follow this tutorial even if you know nothing at all (novice) about regular expressions yet.
Taught By: RegexOne
Description: A regular expression(Regex) is a sequence of characters that define a search pattern. You will be learning about these expressions for solving various pattern recognition queries with faster processing. This tutorial is constructed keeping in mind a beginner's aspects, so even with little or no knowledge or background of the regex, you can easily glide through the course.
Prerequisite: This course requires no regex background but knowledge of expressions will glide you through the course better.
Taught By: Lars Vogel
Description: A regular expression (regex) defines a search pattern for strings. In this course, you will be learning about regular expression its use, and its implementation in various without having any prior knowledge of regex. You will be also learning about Rules of writing regex, Meta characters, Quantifier, and many more useful and fast-paced tools.
Prerequisite: The following tutorial assumes that you have basic knowledge of the Java programming language. Some of the following examples use JUnit Tutorial to validate the result. You should be able to adjust them in case if you do not want to use JUnit.
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