Help with Regular Expressions
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Wed Aug 10 20:50:38 CEST 2005
Paul McGuire wrote:
> If your re demands get more complicated, you could take a look at
> pyparsing. The code is a bit more verbose, but many find it easier to
> compose their expressions using pyparsing's classes, such as Literal,
> OneOrMore, Optional, etc., plus a number of built-in helper functions
> and expressions, including delimitedList, quotedString, and
> cStyleComment. Pyparsing is intended for writing recursive-descent
> parsers, but can also be used (and is best learned) with simple
> applications such as this one.
As a slightly unrelated pyparsing question, is there a good set of API
documentation around for pyparsing?
I've looked into it for my mud client, but for now have gone with
DParser because I need (desire) custom token generation sometimes.
Pyparsing looks easier to internationalize, though.
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