[Israel.pm] The qr// operator

Avishalom Shalit avishalom at gmail.com
Tue Dec 30 14:22:57 PST 2008


actually ,
have a look at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/chiqchaq

it is a Hebrew wiki , written in the prettiest perl iv'e ever seen,

so to answer your question
yes,
and hello yonat if you read here


2008/12/31 Eli Billauer <eli at billauer.co.il>:
> The open question here is about performance. As for readability, the
> example shows pretty clearly that a complex regular expression can be
> made accessible to mortals.
>
>
> And yes, I suppose that gradually creating a complex regular expression
> as a string, with parentheses carefully put in place, would do the job.
> Have you ever seen someone doing that?
>
>
> The point is, that for some reason, setting up a regular expression in
> stages is pretty rare (read: never seen it until now). What is much more
> commonplace is a bombardment of cryptic characters. And I sincerely
> wonder if there is any reason in the world why regular expressions
> should look that way.
>
>
>   Eli
>
>
> Avishalom Shalit wrote:
>
>> isn't qr a performance thing ?
>> couldn't you have gotten the same readability with strings ?
>>
>>
>>
>
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