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I often find that the certification books are full of syntax and semantics rules. It makes them a dull read. In this certification prep book, do we have some real-world examples of why someone might use that feature, say, string pattern matching, and how it helps the real-world projects?
 
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There is at least one real world scenario in each chapter. (Except for one chapter.)

We make it exciting in other ways. For example, there is a little girl at the zoo with our dad and a lake full of birds.
 
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