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Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010 Administrator's Handbook by Ran Dolev, Erez Ben-Ari

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Appendix A. Introduction to RegEx RegEx

We have already mentioned a few times in this book the term RegEx RegEx, which is short for Regular Expressions. But the name is a bit misleading, as there is nothing "regular" in these expressions. On the other hand, don't despair either. Regular Expressions look more frightening than they actually are, and after gaining a little bit of experience, you too will be able to read and write your own regular expressions with no more difficulty than writing your own IPv6 address.

Why do I need this?

Regular expressions are used by UAG to describe patterns of information that would be inefficient or impossible to describe otherwise. For example, if you need to define multiple server names, as you commonly do when ...

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