Learn regular expressions with RegExr

Posted to Online Applications  |  Tags:  |  Nathan Yau

RegExrLearning regular expressions tends to involve a lot of trial and error and can be confusing for newcomers. RegExr is an online tool that lets you learn more interactively. Add a body of text in one area and type various regular expressions in another. Matches are highlighted and errors are noted on the fly, which is kind of perfect. Even if you aren't new to regular expressions, this is worth bookmarking for later.


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