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Search the regex that fits all querying strings.

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Search the regex that fits all querying strings.

  • Dozens of pre-written regexes are indexed and organized as a partial order, available in regexorder/templates.json.

  • The regex of all the querying strings' least upper bound in the partial order is returned.

  • templates.svg plots the partial order.

Templates

The core part is the pre-written regexes and their respective structure. Currently they only cover the most common cases.

  • Any idea or contribution is highly welcome.

Reference

This library is part of the implementation for our research paper to be submitted.

Installation

This package is available on PyPI. Just use pip3 install -U RegexOrder to install it.

Our regexes utilize some advanced Unicode features, that are not available in standard re library yet. Thus, the more advanced regex library must be used to match our regexes.

Examples

from regexorder import RegexOrder

r = RegexOrder()

t = r.match("123")
t.name
# 'pos_int'
t.regex
# '\\+?\\d+'

t = r.matchall(["apple", "banana", "cheese cake"])
t.name
# 'lower_words'
t.regex
# '\\p{Ll}+(\\s+\\p{Ll}+)*'

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