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Next course - 7th January 2008, Regular Expressions

Yesterday afternoon ... I finished my training for 2007, and I'm now looking forward to two weeks of days with a different metric. Don't get me wrong - I utterly enjoy the training but all sorts of things have been stacking up to attend to including personal time. So it's not "quiet" but rather "different".

In past years I've suggested that this diary will reduce in frequency over the festive period, but that's not happened - so no such suggestion this year. Truth be told, I find more interesting technical facts to point out, more things to report, and I could double rather than halve.

Oh - I talked about the next course in mys subject line. Guess I should provide a link here to it, and to the Java Bootcamp that follows it.
(written 2007-12-21)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
Q802 - Object Orientation and General technical topics - Regular Expression Elements
  [4763] Regex Reference sheet - (2017-10-10)
  [4505] Regular Expressions for the petrified - in Ruby - (2015-06-03)
  [2804] Regular Expression Myths - (2010-06-13)
  [1849] String matching in Perl with Regular Expressions - (2008-10-20)
  [1799] Regular Expressions in PHP - (2008-09-16)
  [1766] Diagrams to show you how - Tomcat, Java, PHP - (2008-08-22)
  [453] Commenting Perl regular expressions - (2005-09-30)

Q804 - Object Orientation and General technical topics - Regular Expression Internals
  [3091] How do regular expressions work / Regular Expression diagrams - (2010-12-17)
  [3090] Matching to a string - what if it matches in many possible ways? - (2010-12-17)
  [2806] Macho matching - do not do it! - (2010-06-13)
  [2727] Making a Lua program run more than 10 times faster - (2010-04-16)


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