regex stands for "regular expressions". They are used to define a string search pattern that could be used in some web applications like Google editors to do input validation, search and replace among other similar tasks.

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Case insensitive character string filter for multiple individual columns (dynamic input for each)

I'm looking for an efficient way to filter a data set by multiple individual, case insensitive character strings for multiple columns in a Google docs spreadsheet. I can already achieve this by ...
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How to write a clean gmail filter for SVN commits?

I have a dozen or so SVN projects that generate a few dozen email messages every day, each with subject line like this "[SVN projectname] in branch/trunk list of files". I want to send these email ...
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Search a single website using regular expressions?

Is there a way to search a single web-domain using regular expressions? I've been mirroring sites with WinHTTrack and then using dtDesktopSearch but it's an incredibly inefficient process and I was ...
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Yahoo Pipe Twitter Feed is missing out # & @

I have built a Yahoo Pipe that takes Tweets from my Twitter list that I've put into a Twitter Widget and output via some Google Script to make it Yahoo Pipe friendly. The pipe then filters unique ...