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Re: Works only with standard strings...
> On the other hand, I know of no
> libraries publically (and openly)
> available that can provide support for
> wide character regular expressions.
I do now. Boost (http://www.boost.org) has a rather nice regexx that likes wide strings, documented here (http://www.boost.org/libs/regex/index.htm)
Re: Agreed but disagree
> I am a junior sys admin. I refer to
> internal people as users. These users
> are right about 1% of the time. I
> started off with a strict but nice
> attitude when I joined my latest job. I
> forced the 'users' to think about the
> error before they contacted me or my
> This does two things.
> Educates the user on basic
> troubleshooting skills. This helps the
> IT staff a ton and most people WANT to
> learn this stuff. I am not saying
> rewrite code but if you have a problem,
> come with enough juice to make a glass,
> not a sip.
I generally agree with this, but it's important for the programmer to be aware of issues in a given system that make the system hard to use. From a UI programmer's perspective, knowing of a usability issue can help lead the programmer towards writing a UI that can help address the issue.
Encourage users/customers to think for themselves, but also encourage feedback to determine how we might make the product easier to work with.