Regular Expressions 101

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python

IPv4

allows for all legal IPv4 addresses
Submitted by anonymous - 7 years ago
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javascript

Twitter Date format

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Submitted by hjgabrielsen - 7 years ago
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pcre

Parse all adresses in href

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Submitted by anonymous - 7 years ago
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javascript

Match words in a string

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Submitted by anonymous - 7 years ago
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javascript

asd

asd
Submitted by ad - 7 years ago
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javascript

twitter ids

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Submitted by jaybill - 7 years ago
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pcre

JSON KEY VALUE

Get key value in json string
Submitted by Marcio Paiva Barbosa - 7 years ago
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javascript

Date format regex for ddMMMyyyy

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Submitted by anonymous - 7 years ago
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python

twitter usernames

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Submitted by anonymous - 7 years ago
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python

checklists item

checklists item
Submitted by Tobias Hochgürtel - 7 years ago
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python

filter

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Submitted by anonymous - 7 years ago
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javascript

Word ending with colon

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Submitted by hj - 7 years ago
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pcre

Facebook url regex

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Submitted by Devs Devaras - 7 years ago

Distinguish torrent files (series vs movies)

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python

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^ # get the title of this movie or series (?P<title> [-\w'"]+ # match separator to later replace into correct title (?P<separator> [ .] ) # note this *must* be lazy for the engine to work ltr not rtl (?: [-\w'"]+\2 )*? ) # start of movie vs serie check (?: # if this is an episode, lets match the season # number one way or another. if not, the year # of the movie (?: # series. can be a lot prettier if we used perl regex... # make sure this is not just a number in the title followed by our separator. # like, iron man 3 2013 or my.fictional.24.series (?! \d+ \2 ) # now try to match the season number (?: s (?: eason \2? )? )? (?P<season> \d\d? ) # needed to validate the last token is a dot, or whatever. (?: e\d\d? (?:-e?\d\d?)? | x\d\d? )? | # this is likely a movie, match the year (?P<year> [(\]]?\d{4}[)\]]? ) ) # make sure this ends with the separator, otherwise we # might be in the middle of something like "1080p" (?=\2) | # if we get here, this is likely still a movie. # match until one of the keywords (?= BOXSET | XVID | DIVX | LIMITED | UNRATED | PROPER | DTS | AC3 | AAC | BLU[ -]?RAY | HD(?:TV|DVD) | (?:DVD|B[DR]|WEB)RIP | \d+p | [hx]\.?264 ) )
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Submitted by Firas Dib - 8 years ago