Would you please stop this? You're wasting your time. We ban these accounts and everything that you try to promote with them. Karma doesn't help.
Are there any other online learning courses like this?
I am curious who did these? Why would they choose to remain anonymous?
Very good practice to reinforce fundamentals after you're done regexone
You need a lot of practice for a new language to stick and once you’ve done your first 1-2 tutorials and feel like you get kinda get it, actual tasks involving regex will seem far and between, but these crosswords are a great way to crystallize your new learnings.
And also fun to do!
I'd add some more feedback:
* Add some detail about which regex flavor is used for the lessons, if they are meant to be common features between the flavors listed under 'References & More', again, mention it somewhere. For example, someone trying to learn regex for grep/sed/awk will discover that `\d` will not work.
* I get that the lessons are not meant to cover everything, for example lookarounds/non-greedy/backreferences aren't covered, but I'd feel word boundaries after the line anchors would make a good addition. Edit Some of these are covered in lesson 15, but that is not linked in the sidebar under 'Lesson Notes'
Excellent, excellent website.
(Yeah, I know you've seen it before. But 10,000 people/day haven't. https://xkcd.com/1053/)
I took a look at it and have a small nitpick: you refer to the '\' character as "slash". See Lesson 2 for example.
See also: https://github.com/aloisdg/awesome-regex