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looks useful

Thu, 11/05/2009 - 13:06
thm (not verified)

Here I was thinking Yahoo was generally moribund--little did I know they have this apparently useful tool available! For better or for worse, this looks like it's been designed by and for people with programming experience (hence "operators" instead of "actions"). I'm particularly impressed that they have Regular Expressions. Now I'll have to find something I need to build a pipe for.

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