C++11 Regular Expression Library -- Brian Overland

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C++11 Regular-Expression Library

by Brian Overland

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Regular expressions are of practical value in many programs, as they can aid with the task of lexical analysis—intelligently breaking up pieces of an input string—as well as tasks such as converting from one text-file format (such as HTML) to another.

I’ve found that when the C++11 regular expression library is explained in a straightforward, simple manner, it’s easy to use. This chapter doesn’t describe all the endless variations on the regex function-call syntax, but it does explain all the basic functionality: how to do just about anything you’d want to do.

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FaTony said on Jun 26, 2013 09:47 AM:

Did he really mentioned parsing HTML with regex?

Oh no, the center cannot hold it is too late...