RegexMagic makes creating regular expressions easier than ever. While other regex tools merely make it easier to work with regular expressions, with RegexMagic you don’t have to deal with the regular expression syntax at all. RegexMagic generates complete regular expressions to your specifications.
First, you provide RegexMagic with some samples of the text you want your regular expression to match. RegexMagic can automatically detect what sort of pattern your text looks like. Numbers, dates, and email addresses are just a few examples of the wide range of patterns that RegexMagic supports. By marking different parts of your samples, you can create regular expressions that combine multiple patterns to match exactly what you want. RegexMagic’s patterns provide many options, so you can make your regular expression as loose or as strict as you want.
Best of all, RegexMagic supports nearly all popular regular expression flavors. Select your flavor, and RegexMagic makes sure to generate a regular expression that works with it. RegexMagic can even generate snippets in many programming languages that you can copy and paste directly into your source code to implement your regular expression.
RegexMagic doesn’t automatically generate regular expressions on magic alone. But it sure makes things a lot easier by allowing you to work with your data instead of the cryptic regex syntax.
RegexMagic enables you to create regular expressions without having to learn the rather cryptic regular expression syntax. Best of all, RegexMagic itself takes very little time to learn. If you take about 10 minutes to read the getting started topics and work through a few examples, you’ll have a good idea of what you can do with RegexMagic and how to use its capabilities. You’ll be creating regular expressions in no time.
The best way to learn the ins and outs of RegexMagic is to work through as many examples as you have time for. All examples have full step-by-step instructions. You can do them in any order. The only prerequisite knowledge is given in the getting started topics.