LinuxCBT – RegEx Edition

LinuxCBT – RegEx Edition
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Category: CBT

Introduction – Features
Discuss course outline
Explore system configuration
Identify key systems to be used
Install the Bluefish graphical editor – Supports POSIX and PERL-compatible RegExes
List key Regular Expressions applications
Enumerate and discuss key Regular Expressions features

Metacharacters
Enumerate important metacharacters
Provide examples of asterisk ‘*’ usage
Apply simple character classes to searches
Perform searches in the Bluefish editor using literals and metacharacters
Explain and apply anchors: ‘^’, ‘$’

Character Classes
Discuss features and applications
Perform searches in the Bluefish editor using character classes
Search for case-insensitive characters
Negate character class values using the circumflex character: ‘^’
Specify ranges and inclusions
Search for string boundaries
Alternate between POSIX and Perl-compatible Regular Expressions in Bluefish Editor
RegExes with GREP & EGREP
Discuss features and applications
Perform simple GREP searches
Use EGREP to find strings based on RegExes
Parse installed applications using EGREP
Extract ‘su’ attempts from the system log file: /var/log/messages
Parse log file entries based on specific dates

Parenthetical Expressions
Discuss features and applications
Compare and contrast with character classes
Search for strings using the Bluefish Editor
Combine anchors with parenthesis and evaluate results
Search for multiple groups of strings using alternation
Use parenthetical expressions with EGREP
Nest expressions using parenthesis
Quantifiers
Discuss features and benefits
Define RegEx tokens
Enumerate and discuss RegEx quantifiers
Test ‘?’ using the Bluefish Editor and EGREP
Test ‘*’ using the Bluefish Editor and EGREP
Test ‘+’ using the Bluefish Editor and EGREP
Test ‘*’ using the Bluefish Editor and EGREP
Test ‘{ }’ – arbitrary quantifiers with the Bluefish Editor and EGREP
Combine anchors, parenthesis and various quantifiers
Shortcut Sequences – POSIX & Perl
Discuss features and benefits
Enumerate and discuss key shortcut sequences
Test shortcut sequences using the Bluefish Editor

Awk – Field Parser
Discuss features and applications
Use awk to extract fields from the process listing
Apply RegEx literal strings to awk search and evaluate results
Apply RegEx character classes to awk search and evaluate results
Apply RegEx parenthetical expressions to awk search and evaluate results
Apply RegEx quantifiers to awk search and evaluate results
Incorporate conditional RegEx matching with awk search and evaluate results
Extract fields, based on RegExes, from system log file: /var/log/messages
SED – Stream Editor
Discuss features and applications
Perform text transformation of text file using string literals
Perform text transformation of text file using string literals and character classes
Perform text transformation of text file using string literals and anchors
Perform text transformation of text file using string literals and character classes
Evaluate results

GNU Utilities (GREP|Awk|SED) for Windows
Discuss features and benefits
Identify and connect to Windows Server target system
Download and install GNU utilities for Windows: GREP, Awk, SED
Perform EGREP searches and evaluate results
Perform gawk searches and evaluate results
Perform SED substitutions and evaluate results

Perl Regular Expressions
Discuss features and applications
Write simple Perl script to compare command line argument to RegEx and evaluate results
Alter Perl script to read text file and perform RegEx comparisons and evaluate results
Incorporate character classes, parenthetical expressions, case-insensitivity and quantifiers
Evaluate results
Substitute matched text using Perl RegExes
Substitute matched text using Perl RegExes from the command line
Update system log using text substitution from the command line

PHP Regular Expressions
Discuss features and applications
Perform POSIX and Perl-compatible RegExes from the command line
Substitute text using RegExes
Evaluate results
Design HTML form to collect fields via the browser
Design back-end, action script to process the POST fields using RegExes
Halt processing if POST fields do NOT meed criteria based on RegExes
Evaluate results

Apache Regular Expressions
Discuss features and benefits
Identify key configuration files
Explore key RegEx-supporting Apache directives
Match a range of directories using RegExes with <DirectoryMatch> directive
Restrict access to files using RegExes with <FilesMatch> directive
Match URL directory values using RegExes with <AliasMatch> directive
Redirect users to alternate content using RegExes with <RedirectMatch> directive

Date | Time Extractions | Regular Expressions | Logs
Identify log entries to filter
Filter date | time ranges using regular expressions
Substitute extracted columns with replacement data
Evaluate results

HTML Updates
Select HTML | PHP files to update
Identify key strings
Replace key strings with substitutes
Perform widespread changes across HTML | PHP documents

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