The user is allowed to test and refine their regular expression interactively while they are building it.
What does RE stand for?
RE stands for Regular Expression (formal language theory)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of RE
We have 45 other meanings of RE in our Acronym Attic
- Recursively Enumerable (formal language theory/recursion theory/computability theory)
- Recycle Acid
- Reduction of Error (statistics)
- Reenlistment Eligibility (code)
- Refusal of Employment
- Reggio Emilia (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
- Regionalexpreß (German train)
- Registered Electrologist
Samples in periodicals archive:
Also it is almost impossible to compose the regular expression that similar to the HTML markup.
Using illustrated examples at every turn, he discusses what a regular expression is; simple pattern matching, boundaries; alternation, groups, and backreferences; character classes; matching unicode and other characters; quantifiers; lookaround; marking up a document with HTML; and the end of the beginning.
According to the company, the T1000 series is the first regular expression (regex) processor to function independently without external memory for implementations operating at data rates of 250Mb/s and 500Mb/s.
It includes content filtering dictionaries specific to each regulation and enhanced regular expression scanning for predefined patterns including credit card numbers, phone numbers and Social Security numbers.
1 enhancements include an improved regular expression builder, the ability to capture screenshots and HTML, and much more.
1 will be soon followed by a new release of the Unicode Collation Algorithm, for language-sensitive sorting, searching, and matching; by Unicode Regular Expressions, setting the standard for handling Unicode character in regular expressions; and by a new draft of Unicode Security Considerations, for dealing with security issues posed by the large number of visually-similar characters in Unicode.
This book contains more than 250 recipes on the following topics: Working with basic data types, including strings, numbers, dates and times, and arrays--PHP building blocks, such as variables, functions, classes, and objects--Web programming, including forms, database access, and XML--Useful features such as regular expressions, encryption and security, graphics, internationalization and localization, and interact services--Working with files and directories.