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23-09-2015, 12:25

Udemy - Java Regular Expression Foundation

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Udemy - Java Regular Expression Foundation

Udemy - Java Regular Expression Foundation
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 60 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 211 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn a solid background of Regular Expressions in combination with different methods to manipulate strings.
Regular expression is one of the fundamental skills in programming tasks. It doesn't matter what kinds of applications you are building, you may have to deal with strings and regular expressions such as finding a sub string, extracting a sub string, validating user's input format, and replacing sub strings.

This course will walk you through all important topics in regular expression from basic to advanced concepts. Also, you will learn how to use regular expression in combination with different methods to manipulate strings in Java. Besides, You also will be able to distinguish the differences among those string-related methods so that you can use them appropriately.

Although this course is demonstrated in Java language, you will almost the same regular expression concepts if you apply them in other programming languages as well such as C#, Python, Perl, and javascript.

How to get the most benefits of the course?

To get the most benefits of the course, before starting the first lecture, I would recommend you to take the 30 question quiz first. Don't worry if you never learned regular expression before or you just have a little bit skills. Just do the quiz, if you don't know, just guess.

After finishing the quiz, don't worry about the results then, just take all 19 lectures one by one to learn all the fundamentals as well as advanced techniques.

After completing 19 lectures, take the quiz again to see if you make a progress. Each question in the quiz also has an explanation for right or wrong reasons for each answer, and I would highly recommend you to read these explanations to revise what you have learned.

And I assume students who take this course should already have basic knowledge and skills in Java language.
What are the requirements?

Students who take this course should have basic knowledge and skills in Java programming.
Examples using in this course are demonstrated on Java 8 with Netbeans IDE 8. But students can use any Java IDE tools since the course itself does not depend on any specific IDE. All those tools are freely downloaded.

What am I going to get from this course?

Over 19 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Apply regular expressions to validate user's inputs such as password formats, email formats, phone number formats, and date formats.
Apply regular expressions to extract text from a certain string based on a certain patterns such as extracting numbers from a string, extracting email address from a string, and extracting alphabetical characters from a string.
Use regular expressions in combination with different classes and methods to manipulate strings
Distinguish the differences among different string manipulating methods so that those methods can be used appropriately
Apply advanced regular expression techniques to gain better performance
30 question quiz to revise your regular expression skills

What is the target audience?

Any software developers should take this course so that they can have a solid background in using regular expression as well as master different way to manipulate strings
This course is also meant for newbies who are not familiar with regular expressions or for some developers who have used some basic patterns but want to revise and learn a solid background about regular expression








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