I've finished a new version of my Regular
Expression Workdbench, and it's now available on gotdotnet.
If you use regular expressions on .NET, or you've heard about them but haven't really
tried them, this tool can help you a lot. If I do say so myself.
As an old Perl guy (in both senses of the word "old"), I've spent a fair amount of
time writing regular expressions. It's easy to try out a regex in Perl, but not so
easy in a compiled language like C#. I wrote the first version of this utility a couple
of years ago, and in the first version, all it did was let you type in a regex, a
string to run it against, and execute it.
Over time, it grew. The next version supported some fairly cool features:
This version adds a few more features:
Comments & suggestions are always welcome.