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    I don't know if anyone here does regular expressions but I've found that website which those who know regex will find very practical.

    https://www.debuggex.com/

    Of course it's about Javascript regex but I find them to be very much alike so I guess it might help.
    Last edited by 2ndwolf; 2017-01-13, 01:41 AM.
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    I use regular expressions quite a fair bit and just from a quick google search I found much better site where you can set a range of different strings to test against without having to do any bullshit account sign in and there's more languages supported.
    https://regex101.com/tests

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    • #3

      I liked the flow chart my website does... and there's no requirement of signing in unless you want their premade regular expressions... also the interface is way less clogged and the only language they differ in is yours support golang.

      Yours also doesn't seem to support long strings of text and is plain awkward. Have you tried it? It's clearly meant for people who don't know regex to learn.

      It never really occurred to me to me to google it since I thought only emacs did it until I fell on debuggex.com ... which fulfills my needs.
      Last edited by 2ndwolf; 2017-01-13, 03:52 AM.
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      • #4

        I notice yours generates code in other languages apart from what the user wrote... cool feature..?
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        • #5

          I use regular expressions fairly often for data scraping with php.

          I've been using regexr for the most part, but both those websites are pretty cool, thanks for sharing!
          Last edited by Rammy; 2017-01-13, 04:48 AM.
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          • #6

            Originally posted by 2ndwolf View Post
            I liked the flow chart my website does... and there's no requirement of signing in unless you want their premade regular expressions... also the interface is way less clogged and the only language they differ in is yours support golang.

            Yours also doesn't seem to support long strings of text and is plain awkward. Have you tried it? It's clearly meant for people who don't know regex to learn.

            It never really occurred to me to me to google it since I thought only emacs did it until I fell on debuggex.com ... which fulfills my needs.
            ehh no I didn't use it, point is.. I'm going to google regex validation before I visit this thread.
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            • #7

              Regexr is my goto at work
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              • #8

                Originally posted by hosler View Post
                Regexr is my goto at work
                I like your post.

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