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Lessons for regular-expressions should be independented from any language.

There are lessons for regular-expression on Python course. But these lessons should not only for Python but also for other languages. Currently, we can't access to them unless we complete Python language lessons. It is inconvenient for other language users.

1/14/2018 10:19:39 AM

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Each language has different implementations of Regular Expression so a lesson on it cannot really be generalized

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Yerucham, I don't think so. For example, BBC Radio released a crossword puzzle which totally consists of regular-expression. I think this is independented from any programming language. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/5LCB3rN2dWLqsmGMy5KYtBf/puzzle-for-today

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I have made an simple Java application for testing regular-expression. I think this is one of the example to let users to learn regular-expression, independented from any programming language. https://code.sololearn.com/cnEQ0znq2Y9X/?ref=app

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regular expressions are support by java and c also

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I would like to have regular expression lesson with c# code. I know it can be used.

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Recently, SoloLearn accepts users to create and publish their original lessons. So if we want, we can publish independented regular-expression lessons by our hand. But I think SoloLearn should publish these lessons officially.

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I will try to publish original lessons. My regular-expression testing app have already Version UP (with error handling and perfect / partial matching selector). https://code.sololearn.com/cnEQ0znq2Y9X/?ref=app

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