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Are you looking for a tool to run regular expression searches or to help develop & test the regex? Cross Platform Regular Expression Tool I am a big fan of Robert Kern's python grin tool/library. Installation Once you have python installed on your system just run: pip install grin3 or for python 2 installations leave out the 3 What it does Cross ...


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A few people told me to look at pyparsing. Having experimented with it for a day, I must say it does fit the requirements. It can parse multiline text and it can track nested structures (aka balanced expressions, e.g. pairs of parentheses). And although I haven't figured myself how to get nth balanced expression (it seems to be tricky, apparently involves ...


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On my side I always use this Chrome App. It is very simple and light and it support the few things I need (multiline, highlight and replace). The big plus against the online tool regex101 is that once installed on your chrome browser, you can use it without need of Internet connections. When using an IDE, you cal also install plugins into: IntelliJ IDEA: ...


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For those who are looking for such a tool, I can recommend my Hextor ( https://github.com/digitalw0lf/hextor/releases/latest ). It can open files, logical and physical drives; It can show graphical (bitmap) view of a file (fit about 100 MB of data on screen); It supports searching for patterns similar to RegExp for binary data, for example {u8:0:1..1000} - ...


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