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Where can I use Regular Expressions?
Regular expressions can be used in a wide variety of languages, but they're implemented slightly differently every time. There are two groupings - the regular expressions that use the POSIX standard, and the others that are Perl like - but that does NOT mean that a one Perl-like implementation will be identical to another Perl-like implementation. The most basic stuff always applies, but it's the extensions that differ.

LanguageImplementation Type
grepVery basic
egrepBasic
awkSimilar to egrep
sedBasic; differs from egrep and awk
perlPerl like (as you would expect)
javaFrom Java 1.4; Perl like
TclBasic up to Tcl 8.0
POSIX from Tcl 8.1
.NETPerl like
MySQLPOSIX based
PHPTwo regex handlers
One POSIX based, the other Perl based
Pythonawk, grep egrep or emacs style
RubySimilar to Perl
ColdfusionUses POSIX character classes
vi and vimegrep style
Hardware
(Raqia / Safenet chip)
Perl based

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