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Re(4): Global regex giving up too soon

by woolfy (Hermit)
on Jan 22, 2004 at 09:39 UTC ( #323130=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: Re: Global regex giving up too soon
in thread Global regex giving up too soon

You might invite yourself to write a documentation update proposal for perlretut . You seem to know how perlretut should cater the lazy. Oh wait, you are lazy, hmmm... :-)

Anyway, I read perlretut and since I still did not completely understood it, I also read perlrequick, Perl Intro regarding Regular Expressions, PerlFAQ6, Five Habits for Successful Regular Expressions, perlop, split and finally perlre.

This monastery has a lot more to offer in addition, to start with just what is listed in the Tutorials section: String matching and Regular Expressions, Quantifiers in regular expressions, Character Class Abbreviations, Pattern-matching examples, Split and join, Pattern Matching Exercises (and solutions), and more complex tutorials by chromatic, OM_Zen, Cody Pendant, diotalevi and Elian. Abigail-ii wrote numerous insightful nodes about regular expressions.

I should not forget to mention the books Mastering Regular Expressions and Regular Expression Pocket Reference.

And even though I think I don't understand it completely and also I certainly can't remember it all, I do practice it a bit and one day I might answer questions here about it.

I disagree that a referral to /c should be given near the /g info. Regular expressions are so very useful, that though complicated, they deserve close study, and since a lot of information is available for free in quite a readable and understandable manner, reading it will bring you quite some wisdom.

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[Corion]: The rest would benefit from de-jargonizing. Maybe somebody versed in both, Perl and bioinformatics could write up a translation dictionary ;)
[marto]: I helped with some corrections to the Glasgow Uni Perl for Bioinformatics course, but didn't get time to do a full review. I've also patched some trivial problems with the bioperl based upon a question someone asked here.
[marto]: but I've never done any bioinformatics work, so don't know what people are talking about :P
[marto]: Corion biohisham & BioLion seem long gone
[marto]: IIRC BrowserUK understands this stuff
choroba has worked for a Molecular Genetic Lab

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