Regular Expressions and Building Regexes in Python

Regular Expressions and Building Regexes in Python

English | MP4 | AVC 1020×1080 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 53m | 493 MB

In this course, you’ll explore regular expressions, also known as regexes, in Python. A regex is a special sequence of characters that defines a pattern for complex string-matching functionality.

String matching like this is a common task in programming, and you can get a lot done with string operators and built-in methods. At times, though, you may need more sophisticated pattern-matching capabilities.

In this course, you’ll learn:

  • How to access the re module, which implements regex matching in Python
  • How to use to match a pattern against a string
  • How to create complex matching pattern with regex metacharacters
  • Explore more functions, beyond, that the re module provides
  • Learn when and how to precompile a regex in Python into a regular expression object
  • Discover useful things that you can do with the match object returned by the functions in the re module
Table of Contents

1 Regex overview
2 Regex plain
3 Regex meta
4 Regex anchors
5 Regex quant
6 Regex group
7 Regex-py fn
8 Regex-groups
9 Regex-named
10 Regex-sub
11 Regex flags
12 Regex-adv
13 Regex-fun
14 Regex-summ