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randexp.js - Create random strings that match a given regular expression.

  •    Javascript

randexp will generate a random string that matches a given RegExp Javascript object. Thanks to String-Random for giving me the idea to make this in the first place and randexp for the sweet .gen() syntax.

xregexp - Extended JavaScript regular expressions

  •    Javascript

XRegExp provides augmented (and extensible) JavaScript regular expressions. You get modern syntax and flags beyond what browsers support natively. XRegExp is also a regex utility belt with tools to make your grepping and parsing easier, while freeing you from regex cross-browser inconsistencies and other annoyances. XRegExp supports all native ES6 regular expression syntax. It supports ES5+ browsers, and you can use it with Node.js or as a RequireJS module.

oniguruma - regular expression library

  •    C

Oniguruma is a modern and flexible regular expressions library. It encompasses features from different regular expression implementations that traditionally exist in different languages. Character encoding can be specified per regular expression object.

compile-time-regular-expressions - A Compile time PCRE (almost) compatible regular expression matcher

  •    C++

Fast compile-time regular expression with support for matching/searching/capturing in compile-time or runtime. You can use single header version from directory single-header. This header can be regenerated with make single-header.

The Silver Searcher - A code-searching tool similar to ack, but faster.

  •    C

A code-searching tool similar to ack, but faster. It ignores file patterns from your .gitignore and .hgignore. If there are files in your source repo you don't want to search, just add their patterns to a .ignore file. (*cough* *.min.js *cough*)

go-restructure - Match regular expressions into struct fields

  •    Go

The first submatch was inserted into the User field and the second into the Host field.

Guitar - A Cross-Platform String and Regular Expression Library written in Swift.

  •    Swift

This library seeks to add common string manipulation functions, including common regular expression capabilities, that are needed in both mobile and server-side development, but are missing in Swift's Standard Library. The full documentation can be found at http://www.sabintsev.com/Guitar/.

regex - A sane interface for php's built in preg_* functions

  •    PHP

Php's built in preg_* functions require some odd patterns like passing variables by reference and treating false or null values as errors. spatie/regex provides a cleaner interface for preg_match, preg_match_all, preg_replace and preg_replace_callback. Spatie is a webdesign agency based in Antwerp, Belgium. You'll find an overview of all our open source projects on our website.

commonregex - 🍫 A collection of common regular expressions for Go

  •    Go

This is a collection of often used regular expressions. It provides these as simple functions for getting the matched strings corresponding to specific patterns.

re2 - Regular expression engine in C++

  •    C++

RE2 is a fast, safe, thread-friendly alternative to backtracking regular expression engines like those used in PCRE, Perl, and Python. It is a C++ library.

emoji-regex - A regular expression to match all Emoji-only symbols as per the Unicode Standard.

  •    Javascript

emoji-regex offers a regular expression to match all emoji symbols (including textual representations of emoji) as per the Unicode Standard.This repository contains a script that generates this regular expression based on the data from Unicode Technical Report #51. Because of this, the regular expression can easily be updated whenever new emoji are added to the Unicode standard.

Onigmo - Onigmo is a regular expressions library forked from Oniguruma.

  •    C

Onigmo is a regular expressions library forked from Oniguruma. It focuses to support new expressions like \K, \R, (?(cond)yes|no) and etc. which are supported in Perl 5.10+. Since Onigmo is used as the default regexp library of Ruby 2.0 or later, many patches are backported from Ruby 2.x.



SharpF2 use the power of regular expression to rename a collection (batch) of files. Extract sub-strings from file names using REGEX. These sub-strings can be formatted and use to build the final file names.

Inline Regular Expression (Regex) Builder

  •    DotNet

Allows users to create regular expressions using C# syntax, rather than the standard cryptic string.

SharePoint Custom Field - Regex Validator


This is a SharePoint 2010 custom field type project that provides Regex (regular expression) validation on a text field.

stringr - A fresh approach to string manipulation in R

  •    R

Strings are not glamorous, high-profile components of R, but they do play a big role in many data cleaning and preparation tasks. The stringr package provide a cohesive set of functions designed to make working with strings as easy as possible. If you’re not familiar with strings, the best place to start is the chapter on strings in R for Data Science. stringr is built on top of stringi, which uses the ICU C library to provide fast, correct implementations of common string manipulations. stringr focusses on the most important and commonly used string manipulation functions whereas stringi provides a comprehensive set covering almost anything you can imagine. If you find that stringr is missing a function that you need, try looking in stringi. Both packages share similar conventions, so once you’ve mastered stringr, you should find stringi similarly easy to use.

Regex - Regular expressions for swift

  •    Swift

Regex library was mainly introduced to fulfill the needs of Swift Express - web application server side framework for Swift. Still we hope it will be useful for everybody else.

ragax - A Talk on Ragalur Expressions

  •    Javascript

Using Ragas, scales from Indian Classical Music, you will get to know the Brzozowski Derivative. The Brzozowski Derivative is a more intuitive way to match strings using Regular Expressions, than the standard Thompson's construction algorithm. Functional concepts such as Laziness, Memoization and Least Fixed Point can enhance the capabilities of Derivatives to even validate Recursive Regular Expressions (Context Free Grammars). Finally we'll see what I use derivatives for.The slides are located in the latex folder.