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monqjfa --- Nondeterministic and Deterministic Finita Automata for Java (NFA, DFA)

The Java class library monq.jfa provides fast and flexible text filtering with regular expressions. In contrast to java.util.regex, monq.jfa allows a regular expression to be bound to an action that is automatically called whenever a match is spotted in an input stream.

In addition it is possible to combine several tenthousand regex/action pairs into one machinery (called DFA). The DFA filters input to output by looking for matches of all regular expressions in parallel, calling their actions to reformat the text or to incrementally built up a data structure.

Release Notes: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/HaraldKi/monqjfa/master/Documentation/RELNOTES

Javadoc: http://haraldki.github.io/monqjfa/monqApiDoc/index.html

regular expression syntax: http://haraldki.github.io/monqjfa/monqApiDoc/monq/jfa/doc-files/resyntax.html

test-coverage: http://haraldki.github.io/monqjfa/monq-test-coverage/

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