Angular 2 property access

Published on Tue Mar 01 2022

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Angular 2 property access

String Interpolation

String Interpolation. Works Like Angular

apache access log

parse the apache access log

Apache2 Access Log parsing

This breaks down an Apache2 access log into 9 parts. I use this for analyzing content in my webserver logs.

Expanded Visual Basic Properties

I've been using this regex to get a list of expanded properties (specifically the property names from the 'prop' capture group) from VB code that is used as input in a code converter for a project at work.

BEST simple mail regex validator

# **VALIDATE ALL WOLRD MAIL RULES** 1. Very simple expression 2. Less than 140 caracters. 3. Validate on SonarQube typescript, javascript, angular rules # **EXAMPLES** [email protected],COM (INVALID) [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] (INVALID) [email protected] (INVALID)

How do I write a Regex to inspect Cisco Interfaces

I am asking for help in writing a regular expression to shorten this expression. I need the string below to search every interface within the range of 1 -24 to validate the configuration. If one interface does not have the required configuration then the expression fails. interface GigabitEthernet1/***1 thru 24***.\n(.\n). description ** Unused Port **.\n(.\n). switchport access vlan 333

group & access several lines

Hi there, I try to learn and improve my regex knowledge... I want to fetch all lines below the "="-line and between the "-"-lines and access them via $1 - $n. Is this possible? Or should I fetch the whole string below the "="-line and the last "-"-line, then seperate the lines after that in another regexp? How can I find the end then? Thank you in advance for your help.

CSS Colors: RGB(A), HSL(A), HEX(3,4,6,8), var(--tw-color), etc...

Versatile, multiline matching of CSS colors of many common formats, including: - [x] HEX-3: `#123` (equivalent to `#112233`) - [x] HEX-4: `#FA0F` ( ... `#FFAA00FF`) - [x] HEX-6: `#FF3300` ( ...`#F30`) - [x] HEX-8: `#FFAA00FF` ( ...`#FA0F`) - [x] RGB: `rgb(0, 0, 0)` - [x] RGBA: `rgba(255, 255, 255, 1.0)` - [x] HSL: `hsl(100, 50%, 50%)` - [x] HSLA: `hsla(100, 20%, 20%, 1.0)` - [x] Vars: `var(--tw-color-name, #000000)` - [x] Misc: `color: inherit;` `color: currentColor;` `color: initial;`, etc. * With or without trailing semicolon or comma * Forgiving of whitespace issues * Allows property/declaration names (e.g. `color: #fff`), most other solutions do not.