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Regular expressions are an essential part of problem solving in computer science. They can be tricky to learn if you don’t approach the topic right.
In this course, we hope to break down the regular expressions into manageable parts so you can learn them fast and retain the concepts much longer.
Every concept is taught through a wealth of over-the-shoulder examples so you understand the concepts better.
What will you learn in our course?
1. Learn the core concepts of regular expressions – how they work, how to create them and how to apply them
3. Learn how to create all kinds of regular expressions – from simple to very complicated patterns
5. Learn how to use brackets, metacharacters and character ranges and sets to create advanced regex patterns
7. Learn the simplicity of lazy and greedy matching
8. Learn how to use grouping, capture groups and backreferencing to create updated, and accurate regex patterns of this decade
9. Learn how to use lookaheads, lookbehinds, anchors and unicode properly
How is this course designed?
We’ll be using a real world example to explain the concepts.
Here are the modules:
Module 1 – Introduction – This is the foundations module. We’ll look into what regular expressions are, how to create very basic expressions and test them without using any code.
Module 3 – Brackets, character ranges, sets & more – In this module, we’ll look at creating more complicated regular expressions using brackets, character ranges, sets, pipe symbol for options, character set exclusion and so much more.
Module 4 – Metacharacters – In this module, you’ll learn how to enhance your regular expressions with metacharacters that can be used to specify words, digits, whitespaces and more.
Module 5 – Anchors and Quantifiers – In this module, you’ll learn how to further perfect your regular expressions by quantifying your characters and sets and adding anchors.
Module 6 – Literal/special characters – In this module, you’ll learn how to specify special characters used elsewhere in regex literally as part of a pattern.
Module 7 – RegExp object, properties and methods – In this module, you’ll learn how to create the same regular expressions with the RegExp object and apply the various properties and methods that come along with it.
Module 8 – Lazy and Greedy matching – In this module, you’ll learn how to use lazy matching to simplify pattern matching in specific cases.
Module 9 – Grouping and Capture groups – In this module, you’ll learn how to create capture groups to get parts of matches, backreference them and so much more.
Module 10 – Lookaheads and Lookbehinds – In this module, you’ll learn how to use literally look ahead or behind a string before creating a match.
We also cover a lot of examples and real world projects, including:
1. Project #1 – Remove extra spaces from start & end of a string – Trim a string without using Trim().
2. Project #2 – E-mail validation
3. Project #3 – Mobile number validation
What you’ll learn
- Learn the core concepts of regular expressions – how they work, how to create them and how to apply them
- Learn how to create all kinds of regular expressions – from simple to very complicated patterns
- Learn how to use brackets, metacharacters and character ranges and sets to create advanced regex patterns
- Learn the simplicity of lazy and greedy matching
- Learn how to use grouping, capture groups and backreferencing to create updated, and accurate regex patterns of this decade
- Learn how to use lookaheads, lookbehinds, anchors and unicode properly
- Apply your knowledge in real world problems with illustrated explanations on how to solve them.
2 Basic regex pattern
5 Regular expression modifiersflags part 1
6 Regular expression modifiersflags part 2
7 Using regular expressions in search and replace functions
Brackets and range of characters – advanced patterns
8 Brackets with characters and numbers list
9 Number ranges within brackets
10 Alphabet ranges within brackets
11 Using pipe characters to specify options
12 Carot symbol to exclude characters
13 Multiples of the same alphabetsnumberscharacters
Metacharacters – Enhance your regular expressions
14 Wildcard character
15 Word character
16 Digits character
17 Beginning & Ending of the word character
Anchors and Quantifiers
18 Start & end anchors and strings with just that pattern
19 Quantifiers part 1
20 Quantifiers part 2
21 Quantifiers part 3
22 Matching literal or special characters
RegExp objects, properties and methods
23 RegExp to create regular expressions
24 RegExp properties
25 S flag – ES2018 update
26 DotAll property – ES2018 update
27 RegExp methods
Lazy and greedy matches
28 Greedy matching explained
29 Lazy matching – why do you need it and how to activate it
30 When do you not need lazy matching
Grouping and Capture groups
32 Get a part of the capture group as separate matches in an array
33 Nested capture groups
34 Named capture groups
35 Using capture groups in search and replace functions
36 Non-capturing parentheses
37 Backreferencing a group
Lookaheads and Lookbehinds
38 Positive and negative lookaheads
39 Positive and negative lookbehinds
Real world projects
40 Project #1 – Remove extra spaces from start & end of a string
41 Project #2 – E-mail validation
42 Project #3 – Mobile number validation