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    Parse a string of comma-separated text and manipulate based on requirements.

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    ...following modifications: 1. Add search button in navigation drawer that searches in url Patterns, like [login to view URL] term 2. Add regex logic on tabs. Tabs should open up on certain URLs only as per regex logic. 3. Add sub menus. The current project only has the option of add menu items and not submenu items. 4. Hide action bar on scrolling

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    Recode following PHP regex checks in C#. Should also be used to extract valid mailadresses from strings. 2 tests will do, one true, one false. I will implement the rest. Only personal offers, I refuse all automated responses. See: [login to view URL] For the 2 tests: [login to view URL]

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    We need a regex professional to build thousands of patterns for matching texts on world-wide id cards and passports. We will provide a back-end where you can test and input the regex patterns. You will be awarded $10 completing one type of ID, for example you will get $10 for completing regex patterns to match data on a Texas Driver License. We have

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    ... sources: 1)[login to view URL] 2)[login to view URL] ASUMPTIONS: A1: 1) scrap by using regex to complete the ID for the whole URL A2: 2) can only be scrap based on looping each category/subcategory to get all listings in each page If you have a better way for A2, that

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    I have a php file that extracts jobs for a job board. It...except two files are not submitting the data to my database. The problem is obviously in the code that identifies data to extract. I need someone that is very familiar with regex use with php to look at the code I send you and determine the correct sequence in identifing two fields of data.

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    I have 2 sets of test string that I need to be parsed using a single regex returning each set of parsed data. Both sets of string are tab delimited and identical except for the length. Reckon it should be an easy one that is friendly with Regular expressions

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    ... I will need those flat files and updates to now go to an SQL Server and Data now pulled from there. Sometimes the data updated is in bad format, you might need to fix the RegEx and you will need to have a way to check & fix those bad lines of input when syncing with SQL. eg. sometimes a field is missing or a ' or " is added from the data, which changes

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    Consolidating these WP sites: [login to view URL], [login to view URL], 101thingstodo...[login to view URL] ... into this domain [login to view URL], [login to view URL], [login to view URL] 1. Backup 2. Migrate 3. Setup 301 redirects (regex) 4. Site crawl to ensure paths are working with no 404s

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    Write a simple regular expression

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    I am trying to validate formats of host keys in java. I am happy with a regex solution as long as it takes into consideration all the various formats supported. Given an input String, I essentially want to verify if it is a valid host-key.

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    Guidelines: 1. Build a scraper using Python to scrap 13 similar looking real estate websites 2. Clean data using regex etc. (number, text etc. formats) 3. Store the data in our MySQL database in our Contabo VPS cloud (Linux) 4. Setup VPS cloud database and server. 5. Schedule crawler to scrape data every day 6. Write a code to automatically to update

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    hi, can you regex this link to play in lsp? {"name":"TV3","playUrl":"P2p://[login to view URL]","genre":"Mal/sin"}, it can play using apk and working - [login to view URL]

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    ...columns like this: Category: Potato Chips Group: Chips with Cheese Brand: Ray's The problem is that I have a pretty big database(~15k), and I can't just use something like regex simple algorithms(cause sometimes Cheese could be written as "Ch.") My thoughts are going to Bayes or Neural algorithms, but my Knowledge of Programming isn't enough The data

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    hello, we need a regex to detect url patterns such as IP urls, spam and malicious url with specific domain extensions as well.

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    i need some one to find the regex of a website to collect informations, anyone having strong programming skills can apply.

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    ...file being drag and dropped into a box on the web page, the page then converts that pdf file to text (so we're not talking OCR, just converting to text) and then using some regex pattern matching (or if there is a better way - happy to hear what you think) gets a couple of key fields out of the PDF document (which in the first use case I'm thinking of

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    ...it opens up that contact in a new window. If it doesn't find a contact it opens a new contact window with filed in the details from the caller ID. It also needs to do some regex when matching the caller ID to outlook phone number and remove any special characters and only compare the digits for a match. For example (111) 222-3333 would turn into 1112223333

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    Only experts apply. You should be excellent at Regex. Hope hearing from you.

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    ...#$%&'*+/=?^`{}|~w])*)(?<=[0-9a-z])@))(?([)([(d{1,3}.){3}d{1,3}])|(([0-9a-z][-0-9a-z]*[0-9a-z]*.)+[a-z0-9][-a-z0-9]{0,22}[a-z0-9]))$ Refer this page for more info on this regex: [login to view URL] test_@[login to view URL] is considered invalid. This pattern needs

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