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This plan is going to be implemented to improve the existing stub-book at Regular Expressions.
- Target Audience
- Computer programmers and IT professionals
- Will cover mathematical foundations of regular expressions, particular implementations, uses/tips/tricks, and mechanics (how to create a new engine).
- Nothing specific, although at least 1 high-level language (Perl Programming or similar)
Table of Contents
- Finite State Automata
Regular Expression Basics
- Character Classes
- Clustering and Cloistering
- Perl 5
- Perl 6
- .NET and Mono
- NFA and DFA Engines