You can see an up to date list of all ports on VerbalExpressions.github.io.
If you would like to contribute another port (which would be awesome!), please open an issue specifying the language. A repo in the VerbalExpressions organization will be created for it. Please don't open PRs for other languages against this repo.
Or use the jsDelivr CDN.
npm install verbal-expressions
var VerEx = ;
$ grunt (or) $ grunt test
This will generate a minified version of VerbalExpressions.js (aptly named VerbalExpressions.min.js) in a dist folder.
$ grunt build
A source map will also be created in the same folder, so you can use the original unminified source file (copied to dist as well) for debugging purposes.
Here's a couple of simple examples to give an idea of how VerbalExpressions works:
// Create an example of how to test for correctly formed URLsvar tester =;// Create an example URLvar testMe = '';// Use RegExp object's native test() functionif tester; // This output will fire}else;console; // Outputs the actual expression used: /^(http)(s)?(\:\/\/)(www\.)?([^\ ]*)$/
// Create a test stringvar replaceMe = 'Replace bird with a duck';// Create an expression that seeks for word "bird"var expression = ;// Execute the expression like a normal RegExp objectvar result = expression;// Outputs "Replace duck with a duck";
var result = ;// Outputs "We have a blue house";
You can find the API documentation at the wiki pages.
Clone the repo and fork:
git clone https://github.com/jehna/VerbalExpressions.git.
Pull requests are warmly welcome!
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