- n. Plural form of substring.
“· Use character variables to substitute for complicated expression substrings”
“Names of processes are defined as substrings of FULL PATH to EXE file of process.”
“Jon Aquino's Mental Garden: [Programming] Command-line tool for finding frequent substrings”
“It finds interesting substrings (“invalid user” and “invalid user louis from 85”) but it finds a lot of uninteresting substrings as well.”
“The most frequent substrings are as follows: prompt wasa - xc - m 1 c: \junk\foo. log | sort - nr”
“I was pretty excited about this at first because I thought it would solve the problem of summarizing log files by finding frequent substrings.”
“Hiroki Arimura has written a nifty tool called wasa that you can use to find the most frequent substrings in a text file.”
“[Programming] Command-line tool for finding frequent substrings”
“The well-mixed transposals can be found by having Mathematica toss out the transposals that share too many short substrings.”
“Some of my functions that accept strings only read the string within the body of the function, so you can freely call them on static buffers, strings in the heap, substrings of larger strings, or whatever you like.”
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