Mike, >Date: Wed, 17 Mar 2004 10:10:42 -0800 >From: Mike Voss <address@hidden> >Organization: California State University at San Jose >To: Steve Emmerson <address@hidden> >Subject: Re: 20040317: LDM documentation on the web The above message contained the following: > Get that tatoo yet? "6" Not yet. :-) > I was aware of the pages you mentioned below, they are quite helpful > indeed. There used to be a tutorial on the 2000 workshop page specifically > addressing pattern matching, which I found useful ( I could point my > students to it when they needed some help picking off a product). I'm sure > the info is fairly standard UNIX though, so I can find it other places. There's a link in the section on ERE-s to the official UNIX description (which is extensive). The stuff in the "LDM Basics" webpages is mostly reference material, however. If you want a tutorial on ERE-s, I can add that to my list of things-to-do (maybe just copy-over that section from the 2000 workshop). Regards, Steve Emmerson
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