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    Regexper visualisation

    Hello. Not a question, but I just came across this interesting site Regexper (see screenshot).

    It looks really cool, although its usefulness may be open to question
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    That is kind of cool, especially for a regex numbnut like me . Thanks for sharing.

    In terms of usefulness, I like this one:

    http://gskinner.com/RegExr/

    although it does allow regexes that javascript doesn't understand (can't remember which - a look forward or lookbehind or something?)


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