Regular Expressions Cookbook: Detailed Solutions in Eight Programming Languages (英語) ペーパーバック – 2012/9/11
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Jan Goyvaerts runs Just Great Software, where he designs and develops some of the most popular regular expression software. His products include RegexBuddy, the world's only regular expression editor that emulates the peculiarities of 15 regular expression flavors, and PowerGREP, the most feature-rich grep tool for Microsoft Windows.
However the others are more focused on various unix/c environments.
You can tell that this was not written in a laboratory or an ivory tower and the recipes are not just practical but the ones you will be challenged within the real world.
Do not tell anyone but I have fun reading this book in advance of a change to see the possibilities be for the questions arise.
While you are being mesmerized by regular expressions you are also being exposed to different environments; some you will be familiar with and others will make you say where have I been? To name a few various editors, the different languages themselves if you have not had a chance to experiment, each chapter tattle is a different concept or valid reason to use regular expressions.
El libro se enfoca en darnos "recetas" (de ahí el cookbook) sobre cómo resolver ciertos problemas. Además de incluir la solución para diversos lenguajes, nos provee una basta explicación del por qué la solución funciona.
Sin duda, la mejor ayuda sobre RegEx que recibí.
The range of examples is broad - in a good sense. Most of them are practical, real-world applications for most programmers, so understanding what they're trying to accomplish really helped in understanding the "how" of the implementation.
I've never needed most of these recipes. I'm not a sysadmin - I work with natural-language processing primarily.
If you don't know whether you need this, just use StackOverflow.