43 results found for [ -~]
code by iterating through character by character. Possibly working out the exact length first. You might want to consider how characters outside of [ -~]
http://stackoverflow.com/question...va-escape-html-string-replace-slow
you repeatedly use characters that are difficult to express in literal Strings (such as " , \ , characters not in [ -~] ), then you might want to
http://stackoverflow.com/question...handle-large-strings-in-unit-tests
results. Many thanks indeed. You can cover every ASCII character by [ -~] (i.e. range from space to tilde). Then just add £ too and there you go (you might
http://stackoverflow.com/question...s-are-uk-or-us-keyboard-characters
lines, in reverse order, minus the duplicates. ¹ Uh, I don't know how you did that, but that should be [ -~] , not [ ~-] which wouldn't make any sense.
http://stackoverflow.com/question...his-sed-expression-from-todo-sh-do
pre-commit hook (exit code 1) with output: [Erro output could not be translated from the native locale to UTF-8.] Do you know how can I solve this? Thanks,
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ed-from-the-native-locale-to-utf-8
could also write this as [^ -~] or [[:^cntrl:]] This last one is slightly different, in that it matches any non control character, including extended
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-of-x20-x7e-in-regular-expressions
Remove Hidden Non-ASCII Characters [PHP or MySQL] Remove Hidden Non-ASCII Characters [PHP or MySQL] I'm having a problem with hidden non-ASCII
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-non-ascii-characters-php-or-mysql
regexp of all time. You can invert the match by placing ^ as the first character in the group: /[^ -~]/ This matches the opposite of [ -~] . 118. Match
http://catonmat.net/
IsCntrl digit \d [0-9] IsPosixDigit ! IsDigit graph [!-~] IsPosixGraph ! IsGraph lower [a-z] IsPosixLower ! IsLower print [ -~] IsPosixPrint ! IsPrint punct
http://perldoc.perl.org/perl5110delta.html
regexp of all time. You can invert the match by placing ^ as the first character in the group: /[^ -~]/ This matches the opposite of [ -~] . 118. Match
http://www.catonmat.net/blog/perl-one-liners-explained-part-seven/