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Regular Expressions in .NET


In this article, Darren explains a nice and simple way of how to use regular expression in .Net. For those who are confused about how regular expressions work, this article is for you.

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By: Darren Neimke
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March 13, 2003
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Although I was familiar enough with the basic concepts of regular expressions to use them in VBScript and JScript, I noticed that I was struggling to understand many regular expressions I found in examples and documentation. Some of the new features such as lookaround and named capturing left me feeling more than a little overwhelmed. In addition to this, the documentation for regular expressions was scant and quite often with little or no sample code. Because of this, I initially steered away from using regular expressions in my .NET projects altogether.

In this article I hope to highlight some of these new areas and hopefully de-mystify them in such a way that you won't find yourself in the position that I did.


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