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next on our saga (because you’re coming along, so enjoy the ride) is a pet peeve of mine. i am highly computer efficient. i have an associate’s in programming, and a bachelor’s in information science. 210 more words


The regex of txtsh

I know I shouldn’t, but I can’t help but write my own version of everything I need for txtsh. I think of it as a learning experience. 533 more words


Regex E-Mail String Matching

Recently, I was playing about with Keyboard Maestro – a powerful (Mac) tool to automate tasks that you have to do on a regular basis. It seems daunting at first, but has proved to be pretty useful. 188 more words


Resource Mess: Parsing Resource in a PE file

Before I start the blog(I actually started), I wanted to say that I’m a lousy coder, my code is a mess, only I can read it, but the important thing is, it works :D. 879 more words


Parsing Twitter for Twitter Analysis: Part 1

This tutorial will be based on the generosity of Harrison’s youtube tutorial:

Assuming that you already have a Twitter developer account, we will start off with the following script. 170 more words


Parse/break-Down/Dissect (Maths vs Computer-Science)

Parsing is no longer an arcane art; It need not be a mathematical discipline either; the inner workings of a parser can be visualized, understood and modified to fit the application, with not much more than cutting and pasting strings. 189 more words

Computer Science Vs Programming

Raspar - Build a html parser in 5 minutes

Raspar is a HTML parsing library that parses HTML pages and converts HTML to ruby object by defining a map of ‘css’ or ‘xpath’ selectors. This gem can also manage parsers for multiple websites. 999 more words