#"<your literal interpretation here>" (regular expression literals)

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  • cl-ppcre

    Common Lisp regular expression library

    I plan to use the regular expressions with a cl-ppcre wrapper, also emulating various clojure regular expression operations. Similar to re21, which doesn't quite support the operations in the way I'd like (or match the clojure operations), and whose regular expression literal syntax is "#//".

  • re21

    CL21's spin-off project that provides neat APIs for regular expressions.

    I plan to use the regular expressions with a cl-ppcre wrapper, also emulating various clojure regular expression operations. Similar to re21, which doesn't quite support the operations in the way I'd like (or match the clojure operations), and whose regular expression literal syntax is "#//".

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