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    RegExp to find JS & Angular non-comment logs

    Regular Expression to find native Javascript console and AngularJS $log log warn or info that are NOT comments / commented out
    Regular Expression saved by 5 people 13 views posted 4 years ago by brandonjp
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    Regular Expression for Matching URLs with or without http(s)

    thanks to... http://gskinner.com/RegExr/ http://daringfireball.net/2010/07/improved_regex_for_matching_urls
    Regular Expression saved by 4 people 16 views posted 7 years ago by brandonjp
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    RegExp for search-replaceing css-urls from url(asdf.bc) to url('images/asdf.bc')

    Regular Expression 6 views posted 8 years ago by abstraktor
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    RegEx Regular Expression to match < > java doc tags in JSP (liferay)

    Regular Expression 9 views posted 9 years ago by brandonjp
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    YouTube URL matcher, video ID catcher

    PCRE that matches any kind of YouTube URL and catches its video ID. It supports three kinds of URL: the classic (?v=), the AJAXed one (#!v=) and the short version (youtu.be). It also supports international URLs. Tested with Javascript and PHP.
    Regular Expression saved by 5 people 11 views posted 9 years ago by nkm
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    Replacing plain text e-mail addresses with mailto links

    Used in Espresso
    Regular Expression saved by 3 people 6 views posted 9 years ago by certainlyakey
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    RedExp String nur aus Zeichen und Zahlen

    bei Reddot als benutzerdefinierten Feldtyp einsetzbar
    Regular Expression 1 views posted 10 years ago by humanoid
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    Regular Expression, getting all parts of a E-Mail Date Header field

    This snippet is useful if you want to extract the relevant parts out of an Date header field of an email message. It was created according to the [RFC 5322 rules](http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5322#page-15 "RFC 5322, Page 15"). It supports named capt...
    Regular Expression saved by 2 people 4 views posted 10 years ago by dreadwarrior
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    RegExp: Catch HTML element

    Regular Expression saved by 4 people 4 views posted 10 years ago by albertomori
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    Hexadecimal Value

    Matches any hex value (0123456789ABCDEF) preceded by the pound sign (#) of exactly 3 or 6 digits in length.
    Regular Expression saved by 3 people 2 views posted 13 years ago by Corhol
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