On Feb 23 Tuomo Kalliokoski wrote: Usefull for C++ programmers even without direct support
Regular Expressions Cookbook by Jan Goywaerts & Steven Levithan
Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, and the PCRE library. Offers cut-and-paste recipes for matching
common formats like IP addresses (both IPv4 and IPv6), email addresses, US Zip codes, UK
postcodes, phone numbers etc. Also explores issues like regular expression performance
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On Feb 15 John Pearson wrote: Not just a cookbook
Goyvaerts and Levithan give recipes for implementing both basic and advanced regular expressions tasks in eight programming frameworks. Full Review >
On Jan 10 Mat Powell wrote: Regular Expressions Cookbook
I’ve always been a fan of the ‘Cookbook’ series of books: it’s the information I want, when I want it, without the fluff. This book definitely does not disappoint. Here’s how the book is laid out:
1. Present the problem.
2. Present the solution
3. Present the solution if it’s different in .net, java, pcre, etc. Full Review >
On Dec 30 German Gonzalez wrote: Lexical Recipes
As a classical O’reilly cookbook splits knowledge in contextual sections. Full Review >
On Jan 18 Geoffrey Timms wrote: One of Few Programming Books in My Collection that I Consider Essential
Regular Expressions Cookbook 2nd ed. has undoubtedly assisted me in learning and utilizing regular expressions at work. It has proven useful both as an initial introduction to regular expressions but also as an ongoing go-to reference. Full Review >
On Oct 19 Sean Patterson wrote: An essential book for any programmer.
I’ll never forget the day I came across regular expressions. I was a year out of college and at my first “big” job at a major University and I ran into a challenge where I needed to detect the status of destination of packages arriving on campus based on a special reference code that was attached to the packages. While there were a large amount of options that made hard coding the processing undesirable, the format of the reference code was easy to discern. From here I discovered that regular expressions allowed me to get my location, floor, and sometimes room in two or three simple lines of code. Since then I’ve always tried to keep somewhat up to par on my regular expression proficiency. That is why I was really excited to come across Regular Expressions Cookbook, 2nd Edition by Jan Goyvaerts and Steven Levithan that provides everything I need to work with Regular Expressions. Full Review >
On Oct 12 Surachart Opun wrote: Good book, but need skill before read
In this book, you will learn a lot of regular expression practicals, but readers ought to have programming skill or basic for it. This book uses "Cookbook" on book title, but material in book is not easy to understand, if reader is newbie developer.
If you read this book, You will know it easy to find each topic and idea. You can read topic which you are interested or can help you. Full Review >
On Sep 25 Eric Wright wrote: DiscoPosse Review: Regular Expressions Cookbook by Jan Goyvaerts and Steven Levithan
If you’ve ever dug into the challenging world of Regular Expressions then you will know just how important a great guide can be. This is that guide. Jan Goyvaerts and Steven Levithan have gone above and beyond what I could have hoped for with the Regular Expressions Cookbook from O’Reilly… Full Review >
On Sep 4 Rob Friesel wrote: if you have regular contact with regular expressions, you need this book
Although I run the risk of fawning all over this book here, Jan Goyvaerts and Steven Levithan's "Regular Expressions Cookbook (Second Edition)" is a technical text that I will gladly describe using words like "essential" and "indispensable" and "invaluable". It should be on every working programmer's bookshelf, if not on her desk. It is exhaustive and rigorous, covering the major regex flavors across eight popular/widespread general purpose languages. If your work brings you in regular contact with regular expressions, then you need easy access to this book. Full Review >
On Sep 1 Eric Chou wrote:
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On Aug 31 Michal Konrad Owsiak wrote: May be difficult for regex newcomers
When you read the book, you can definitelly tell that authors have experience when it comes to different flavors of the regular expressions. When you go over the different aspects of regular expressions you can track the differences between the standards thanks to clear specification what is allowed and what’s not in particular regular expressions convention. Full Review >
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