Live Stream #159: Logo Interpreter Continued

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2.1: Introduction to Regular Expressions - Programming with Text

This video is part of week 2 of the "Programming from A to Z" course at ITP ( In this video I introduce Regular Expressions. What are they and how are they used? I summarize the topics of future videos including meta-characters, capturing parentheses, character classes and JavaScript functions like split(), match(), test(), replace() and exec(). Next Video: Course url: Support this channel on Patreon: Send me your questions and coding challenges!: Contact: GitHub Repo with all the info for Programming from A to Z: Links discussed in this video: MDN's Regular Expressions Reference: Regular Expressions on Wikipedia: Book Mastering Regular Expressions: ITP from Tisch School of the Arts: Source Code for the all Video Lessons: p5.js: Processing: For More Programming from A to Z videos: For More Coding Challenges: Help us caption & translate this video!

In this live stream, I continue my Logo interpreter in JavaScript


πŸ”— Logo Foundation:

πŸš‚ Website:
πŸ’– Patreon:
πŸ›’ Store:
πŸ“š Books:

πŸŽ₯ Coding Challenges:

πŸ”— p5.js:
πŸ”— Processing:

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