3
votes
1answer
69 views

Convert an expression's symbols of form a$x to a[x]

I want a function that takes expressions of the following form: a$x and converts them to a[x]. In particular, consider the ...
2
votes
1answer
48 views

StringExpression: pattern reapeted one or more times matches pattern repeated zero times

I try to construct patterns using Riffle and Except StringExpression@Riffle[{"a", "b", "c"}, Except[{"=", ","}] ..] and expect it to match "a_b_c", but not ...
3
votes
2answers
121 views

Mathematica regex equvalent of \l

In normal RegEx \l will make the character to the right lowercase. However, it seems like the RegEx in Mathematica does not have this functionality. For example ...
2
votes
1answer
86 views

Make MyLogicalExpand

The function by Mathematica to expand a formulation with ANDS, ORS, NOT, XOR, and others, is LogicalExpand, let see an example: ...
3
votes
1answer
182 views

Extract date from a not well-formed string

Is there a way to robustly extract date and time from a text? Say for example: ...The event will be held on 17/10/2013 at 3:30 PM in the room 121 and everyone is welcome... should return: ...
27
votes
0answers
431 views

Why is StringExpression faster than RegularExpression?

Edit: as noted by Albert Retey the performance difference is only seen when sub expression extraction is performed. If this test is used below the timings are similar: ...
4
votes
5answers
244 views

A simple StringCases problem

Given this text: text1 = " A Vitamin D Deficiency (ICD-9-CM 268.9) (ICD-9-CM 268.9) 09/11/2015 01 "; Yes, the ICD code values are duplicates- possibly but ...
10
votes
1answer
493 views

Mathematica equivalent of regex '\w{2,3}'

It beats me to write the Mathematica pattern equivalent to the regex: \w{2,3} Any ideas?
7
votes
1answer
2k views

What pattern will match accented letters in a regular expression?

How should I modify the following such that the accented letter É is matched and the expression returns True? ...
4
votes
4answers
508 views

Creating lists from a string, separating words from numbers

Say I have a string that contains numbers and words, such as this one: string = "there are 1234 words and numbers 5678 in here $999"; How would I separate the ...
11
votes
2answers
303 views

Should I use \\\“ or \” to match " in regex?

Both of the following return True: ...
15
votes
4answers
784 views

Finding all dictionary words that can be made with a given set of characters (Wordfeud/Scrabble)

This is a slightly more involved variant of this recent question. By sheer coincidence I happened to have been building a Wordfeud (Scrabble clone) game in Mathematica. My interactive Wordfeud ...