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Solving complex parsing tasks with RegexTreeer

, 23 Oct 2008 LGPL3
Solving complex parsing tasks by utilizing Regular Expression trees built with RegexTreeer.
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Sergey Stoyan
Architect CliverSoft (www.cliversoft.com)
Ukraine Ukraine
Sergey is graduated as applied mathematician. He is specialized in client/server applications, backup systems, data parsing tools, web crawlers and search engines. Work for CliverSoft Co. Favorite languages are C#, C++, Perl

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