Sign me up! Kind of weird that you posted this, I was
just at B&N the other day looking for the "Mastering
Reg Ex" book. They didn't have that one, or anything
Personally, I get the most out of these types of books when
there are a fair number of examples and problems that allow
me to test out the theory.
Japhy: Is this too much for a tutorial?
Personally, I think the type of person that will purchase
this book will want a beefy tutorial. I know the basics
of regex, but want to know them a lot better. I don't
want a warm and fuzzy overview.
Ready w/ cc in hand,
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