Regular Expressions for Beginners Universal
What you’ll learn
At the end of this course students will know how to use Regular Expressions
At the end of this course students will be able to use Regular Expressions in any programming language
At the the of this course students will be able to understand Regex syntax when they see it
Student should be familiar with programming concepts
Students should have an internet connection
Willingness to follow through with the lectures until the end
What this course is?
This course is universal, meaning that the regular expression material you learn here will be applicable in most if not all regular expression engines.
Regular expressions are also called Regex, Regexp or Regexes, so we will be probably be using this vocabulary since it’s easier to pronounce and is what we commonly use in the programming community.
Who this course is for?
New developers that want to learn regular expressions.
Frustrated developers who had issues learning it before.
Any developer who is serious about their programming career.
Some information about the course structure!
We will start slow with the most basic regular expression functionality, like searching and matching, learning what each of the symbols do and how to use them to do what we need.
After we learn the most basic things, we will start with more complex operations and real worlds solutions. I always try keep the lectures short so that the material is easy to digest.
At the end of every section we are going to have some practice code so that we can re-enforce everything for that section.
See you inside, let’s do this!
Section 1: My First Section
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Reference files
Lecture 3 Tools
Lecture 4 What are regular expressions
Lecture 5 Summary 1
Section 2: Characters
Lecture 6 Literal Characters
Lecture 7 Metacharacters
Lecture 8 Escaping
Lecture 9 More characters
Lecture 10 Summary 2
Section 3: Sets
Lecture 11 Ranges
Lecture 12 Negation
Lecture 13 Shorthands
Lecture 14 Summary 3
Section 4: Repetition
Lecture 15 Quantifiers
Lecture 16 Controlling repetition
Lecture 17 Lazy / reluctant quantifier
Lecture 18 Summary 4
Section 5: Grouping
Lecture 19 Grouping
Lecture 20 Alternation
Lecture 21 Nesting with alternation
Lecture 22 Summary 5
Section 6: Anchors and boundaries
Lecture 23 Anchors
Lecture 24 Word boundaries
Lecture 25 Summary 6
Section 7: Backreferencing, assertions and lookaheads
Lecture 26 Backreferences / Capturing
Lecture 27 Non-capturing group
Lecture 28 Positive and negative assertions
Lecture 29 Positive and negative lookahead
Lecture 30 Summary 7
Section 8: Unicode – Multi Language Symbol Support
Lecture 31 Intro
Lecture 32 Some examples
Section 9: Regular Expressions Examples
Lecture 33 Postal code / zip codes
Lecture 34 Password Validation
Lecture 35 Dates
Lecture 36 Conclusion
Any developer or programmer that wants to create more powerful applications needs to take this course,Students looking for an easy way to learn regular expressions should take this course,Students who had a hard time learning Regular Expressions before should take this course
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Created by: Edwin Diaz
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