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Regular Expression BackreferencesRegular Expression Backreferences
The ninth part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial looks at the use of backreferences in regular expressions. Backreferences allow the text captured by one group in a pattern to be matched again later in the regular expression.
Regular Expression GroupingRegular Expression Grouping
The eighth part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial examines grouping constructs and their use in the .NET regular expressions engine. Grouping allows a regular expression to include multiple subexpressions.
Regular Expression QuantifiersRegular Expression Quantifiers
The seventh part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial continues to look at the pattern-matching characters that can be used in regular expressions. This article describes quantifiers, which allow matching repeating items in the source text.
Regular Expression AlternationRegular Expression Alternation
The sixth part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial continues to examine the regular expression language. This article describes alternation, which allows a single regular expression to match multiple patterns.
Regular Expression AnchorsRegular Expression Anchors
The fifth part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial continues to look at the characters that make up a regular expression. This article explains how anchors can be used to match patterns based upon their positions within a string or line of text.
Regular Expression Character ClassesRegular Expression Character Classes
The fourth part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial continues to look at the characters used within a regular expression. This article describes characters classes, which allow the creation of patterns that are not restricted to matching only literal characters.
Regular Expression Character EscapesRegular Expression Character Escapes
The third part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial starts to look at the special characters that can be used to build regular expression patterns for matching. This article describes character escapes, which allow matching of special items such as control characters.
Basic Matching with .NET Regular ExpressionsBasic Matching with .NET Regular Expressions
The second part of the Regular Expressions in .NET tutorial looks at the basic matching features of the regular expressions engine. This article describes several Regex matching methods and how to search for literal strings.
Regular Expressions in .NETRegular Expressions in .NET
This is the first article in a series that describes the use of regular expressions with the .NET framework and C#. Regular expressions define the rules for pattern matching in strings. They are useful for finding and replacing text, and for validating the format of strings.
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