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Regular expressions (often shortened to "regex") are expressions written in a declarative language used for matching patterns within strings.

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I am designing a syntax rule (for R code) that highlights if I do not start a function with a curly all by itself. For example, A <- function(x, y){ would be match but I do not …
asked Nov 11 '18 by farnsy
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I figured out a brute-force solution. /function\s*([abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ,=()!ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ1234567890\n]*)\s*{$/ that allows only charachters you would normally find in a functio …
answered Nov 11 '18 by farnsy