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java.util.regex.*; methods

Rafi Fareen
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Joined: Aug 28, 2009
Posts: 75
hi guys,

almost prepared for the exam, but still i feel that my knowledge ore regex is not sufficient.

how the pattern matching exactly take place, any real life examples.

besides the find() method returns true if it finds a match and the start() method will get the index of the match, what about end() and group() methods.

\d* (means either zero or more occurrences of digits).


Note: I don't find myself confident on regex and garbage collection (especially when arrays are involved), still have to appear for the exam this Saturday.
Mark Moge
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Joined: Mar 14, 2009
Posts: 96

Try java tutorial about regex here

SCJP6 | http://programmerutilities.blogspot.com/
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