Software - Regular Expressions One class of objects that some object oriented programming languages support is called Regular Expressions. These are basically patterns that can be used for string manipulation. The typical syntax for a regular expression involves placing the pattern code between slashes with optional characters after the trailing slash. A trailing i indicates that case should be ignored when processing the pattern and g indicates that the pattern should be processed global instead of stopping at the first occurrence, gi would indicate that the pattern should be processed globally ignoring case. The supported methods will depend on the programming language but a regular expression class will probably support the following methods and possibly many more: The most complex part of using regular expressions is in determining how to code the patterns (the part between the slashes).
On Writing Unit Tests for C# Is it realistic to keep to principles of 'Test-First' and 100% coverage for unit tests when in the heat of developing commercial C# applications? Does rigorous unit-testing lead naturally to good design by enforcing testability, low coupling and high cohesion? Patrick Smacchia gives his opinion based on hard-won experience. I began writing Unit Tests for my C# code around 8 years ago. Why I'll Never Be an Expert - DZone Agile The Agile Zone is brought to you in partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Discover how HP Agile enterprise solutions can help you achieve high predictability and quality in your development processes by knowing the status of your projects at any point in time. I was watching Game of Thrones recently, and there was a brief mention in one scene of the expert blacksmiths who were used to forge some new swords out of Valyrian steel (which was apparently quite a rare and valuable skill). I was immediately struck with a sense of envy of people who could legitimately call themselves experts. As a software engineer, I'll never be able to do that.
Perl Regular Expressions Troubleshooters.Com and Code Corner Present Copyright (C) 1998-2001 by Steve Litt Without regular expressions, Perl would be a fast development environment. Probably a little faster than VB for console apps. With the addition of regular expressions, Perl exceeds other RAD environments five to twenty-fold in the hands of an experienced practitioner, on console apps whose problem domains include parsing (and that's a heck of a lot of them). Regular expressions is a HUGE area of knowledge, bordering on an art.
Android Ported to C# – Xamarin Oracle and Google are currently in a $1 billion wrestling match over Google’s use of Java in Android. But Java is not the only way to build native apps on Android. In fact, it’s not even the best way: we have been offering C# to Android developers as a high-performance, low-battery consuming alternative to Java. Our platform, Mono, is an open source implementation of the .NET framework that allows developers to write their code using C# while running on top of the Java-powered operating system, and then share that same code with iOS and Windows Phone. Unlike Sun with Java, Microsoft submitted C# and the .NET VM for standardization to ECMA and saw those standards graduated all the way to ISO strong patent commitments.
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