Sunday, April 23, 2006


A while ago, I mentioned that Cocoa doesn't have built-in support for regular expressions.  Johnathon S. sent me an email about NSStringRegEx (header, code), which is a method that performs regular expression matching.  I like this better than a separate framework, as that seems like a lot of overhead.

The code itself has a Creative Commons Public Domain license, so you can use in all types of projects.

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