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Articles Written by Tom Archer - MSFT
Tom Archer presents a generic Managed C++ function that searches a directory hierarchy for all instances of a specified file name, utilizing the .NET DirectoryInfo and FileInfo classes.
The final installment of Tom Archer's series on using the .NET regular expression classes from Managed C++ presents several complex patterns that allow you to locate almost any valid e-mail address from a body of text.
When you deal with user input or text files, you usually have to search through that input and replace literals, special characters, or patterns. Learn how to perform this common task via the .NET regular expressions classes.
Learn the subtle differences between groups and captures in .NET regular expressions and how to suppress capture information when your applications don't need it.
Learn how to better isolate your regular expressions patterns from changes. You can name the groups and make your patterns more efficient by defining them as "non-capturing."