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regex

The GNU regular expression matching library. See also Rx.
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5] Nonstandard abbreviations: FDA, US Food and Drug Administration; NCI, National Cancer Institute; ICTRP, International Clinical Trials Registry Platform; ICMJE, International Committee of Medical Journal Editors; HUGO, Human Gene Organisation; TKI, tyrosine kinase inhibitor; CTBS, Clinical Trials Biomarkers Standards; FGED, Functional Genomics Data Society; MGED, Microarray Gene Expression Data Society; MIAME, minimum information needed to describe a microarray experiment; REMARK, Reporting recommendations for tumor MARKer; BRISQ, biospecimen reporting for improved study quality; API, application programming interface; HGNC, HUGO Gene Nomenclature Committee; HGVS, Human Genome Variation Society; regex, regular expression; RESTful, REpresentational State Transfer.
Similarly, lets say a server side variable that never leaves the server and hence is a high trust variable a regex check is applied to it only during compile time of the application code.
In particular, the <description> output RSS element is prepared by using regular expressions in the Regex module (module #7) so that it can be used as the content of the map's popup window.
Full REGEX support to enable access to any data source
KEY SPECS: code templates, comment wrapping, Regex evaluator, Vim emulation, comment auto-generation
The new RegEx Content Processor card handles the processing of regular expressions, so the CPU doesn't have to.
Tarari's new RegEx Content Processor provides a high-speed simultaneous search capability for any content using complex wildcards.
The Kantan Preprocessor uses a series of Search/Replace rules, based on KantanMT Regex (regular expressions) technology to dynamically alter data prior to its inclusion as training data for a KantanMT engine.
The company's fully-automated service, known as RegEx, is based on a "pay as you use" model.
Notepad++ has a powerful and fast searching system that is capable of matching patterns instead of fixed bunches of text - although you need some knowledge of RegEx in order to make full use of that functionality.
The regex (regular expression) below presents one possible way to describe this pattern.
The RegEx operator (RegEx stands for "regular expression," which is a programming term for the rules to use when trying to find a match) allowed me to find and replace words on-the-fly