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Code for Perl's regular expressions in C++

Posted on 1998-03-16
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Is there C++ code out there that does the function of perl regular expressions?  I have looked everywhere and cannot find any.  Just curious if anybody has such an item.

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Shawn
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by:ozo
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Have you looked here?
http://language.perl.com/CPAN/src/latest.tar.gz

(You may also want to delete one of your two identical questions)
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If you're looking for _exactly_ the same functionality, ozo's comment is the way
to go (shouldn't that be an 'answer' ozo? ;-) otherwise, you might have a look
at Henry Spencer's regexp package. GNU offers a quite good substitute for
'regexp' or 'regcomp' too ...

kind regards,

Jos aka jos@and.nl
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