Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who matches.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who, or that which, matches; a matching machine. See under 3d match.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Something that matches.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun someone who arranges (or tries to arrange) marriages for others

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Examples

  • "As the control and data planes merge, we see multicore chips with datapath accelerators-a queue manager, a crypto engine, a regular-expression matcher-encroaching on the traditional ASIC approach."

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  • "As the control and data planes merge, we see multicore chips with datapath accelerators-a queue manager, a crypto engine, a regular-expression matcher-encroaching on the traditional ASIC approach."

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  • "As the control and data planes merge, we see multicore chips with datapath accelerators-a queue manager, a crypto engine, a regular-expression matcher-encroaching on the traditional ASIC approach."

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  • · Multibyte regexp: Regular expression matcher is aware of multibyte string; you can use multibyte characters both in patterns and matched strings.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • · Multibyte regexp: Regular expression matcher is aware of multibyte string; you can use multibyte characters both in patterns and matched strings.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • JavaScript interpreter, and the standard Java regular expression matcher) treat backslash specially.

    Planet TW

  • Yet worse, that are some examples like the Remarkable matcher named shouldhavebeforesavecallback, which is actually detrimental.

    Reflective Surface - Archives: 2009 February

  • Good thing we had made the Mathematica pattern matcher and a special transformation engine available in Wolfram Workbench, and used it in the Migration Assistant.

    Wolfram Blog : Pattern Matching Your Source Code—How Wolfram Workbench Integrates Mathematica Development Tools

  • Yet worse, that are some examples like the Remarkable matcher named shouldhavebeforesavecallback, which is actually detrimental.

    Reflective Surface - The last D in TDD is for Design

  • Confusion over colors is the reason Pantone came about, back in 1963 when Lawrence Herbert was working as a color-matcher at a New York City printing company.

    The New Hue for 2011

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