re: How to write regex in natural language VIEW POST


I think it's quite nice. Providing a separate layer of abstraction so that people can just worry about what they want, as opposed to how to get it.

It seems like a pretty natural way that humans come up with regexes, especially if they think in terms of state machines.

It's sort of like, why bother with high-level programming when we could all just learn assembler?

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