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Hi Friends,

I wanted to know whether there is any kind of support i.e, BuiltIn libraries in C++ to implement the regular expressions. The library should work on all types (Linux Based) Operating systems. I am working on Fedora Core 5 at present .

I am writing my own code in C++ for Regular Expressions right now but that is very length process and is consuming a lot of time.

Please help me in finding a Better Solution to this Problem


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C++ does not have support neither does the C-runtime library.
You either need to use a 3rd party library (maybe even Qt since it has everything thatg you need to run cross platform).
If you are developing in managed C++ , then yes the .NET framework does have RegEx support.


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