For example symbol * and +. Like net.Framework C#. This example should work sucessfully:

  • how about C++11 and cplusplus.com/reference/regex – Richard Chambers Nov 24 '17 at 15:38
  • @RichardChambers Where it support unlimited/unfixed lookbehind? – Yin and yang Nov 24 '17 at 15:42
  • I have only used it fleetingly and am not well versed in its applications and support. If I had a definitive answer for you, I would have created an actual answer rather than a comment. I suggest that you update your question with a bit more info about the target environment, target compiler, etc. Also I suggest you take a look at the boost library boost.org/doc/libs/1_65_1/libs/regex/doc/html/index.html and I am not sure what "unlimited/unfixed lookbehind" is so I suggest you provide more idea as to your actual requirements rather than "full support RegExp" with an example. – Richard Chambers Nov 24 '17 at 15:54
  • So this forum thread website-watcher.info/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1522&view=next indicates that .NET is one of the best and you mention C# as well so I suggest you look at C++/CLI with Visual Studio 2015 or 2017. – Richard Chambers Nov 24 '17 at 20:28
  • License? Price? Source availability? Supported compilers? Operating systems? – einpoklum - reinstate Monica Nov 26 '17 at 17:42

The Perl-compatible regular expression library (PCRE)

  • Language: C (seems to also have C++ wrappers)
  • Compiler support: GCC for sure, probably all popular compilers
  • Actively maintained: Yes, last release is from 3 months ago
  • License: BSD

PCRE underpins the regular expression support in R, PHP, Delphi, MonetDB and other sofware projects - so it's pretty widely used.

This page suggests that the PCRE library supports variable-length look-behind, albeit it doesn't support arbitrary regexes within look-behinds.

PS: The (http://regular-expressions.info) website is an interesting source of information about various regular expression engines/libraries.

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