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\p{N} 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
\N{ name }
${name}
${name~)
\N{name}
        inhibiting 2nd
named capture
        .NET
        mimicking
        numeric names
        PHP 2nd 3rd
        with unnamed capture
naughty variables
        OK for debugging
\p{Nd} 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
negated class
        and lazy quantifiers
        introduced
        Tcl
NEL 2nd 3rd
nervous system
nested constructs
        .NET
        Perl 2nd
        PHP 2nd
$NestedStuffRegex 2nd 3rd 4th
$$ .NET
neurophysiologists early regex study
neverending match 2nd 3rd
        avoiding
        discovery
        explanation
        non-determinism
        short-circuiting
        solving with atomic grouping
        solving with possessive quantifiers
New Regex 2nd 3rd 4th
newline and HTTP
NEXT LINE 2nd 3rd
NextMatch (Match object method)
NFA
        acronym spelled out
        and alternation
        and greediness
        compared with DFA 2nd
        control benefits
        efficiency
        first introduced
        freeflowing regex
        implementation ease
        introduction
        nondeterminism
                checkpoint
        POSIX efficiency
        testing for
        theory
\p{Nl} 2nd 3rd
\p{No} 2nd 3rd
No Dashes Hall Of Shame
no re 'debug'
no_match_vars
nomenclature
non-capturing parentheses 2nd
\p{Non_Spacing_Mark} 2nd 3rd
None (.NET)
nonillion
nonparticipation parentheses 2nd 3rd
nonregular sets
"normal"
NUL
        with dot
NULL
\p{Number} 2nd 3rd




Mastering Regular Expressions
Mastering Regular Expressions
ISBN: 0596528124
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 113

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