I am having the doubt in string manipulation. I am having the following string value string input="(Grade=A && Standard='12')||(City='ABC' || Region='India')&& (Name=='John')"; I would like to do the precedence condtion so that i want to split the above string in the followung form to identify the precedence group.
I have downloaded the page and I'd like to place all links into the array of strings. I'm not sure how to make the regex work. I can't uncomment the thing either because it balks at the quotes. The idea is to place each link found on the page into list. How would I handle relative links if the link found is ../ or ./? For just ./ that could be changed to / but otherwise you have to map the thing to get a full url. Also each url put into the list has to be the local domain and not an external domain.
I have a package which imports several files on a regular bases . For the import I use a staging table. Now I want to split that stagingtable into two other (existing) tables with keeping the relation ( third table??) . In each record there is a dealerID which has to be injected also in the other two tables (the splittables).
How can I use a conditional split to extract the right columns to the right table? I only see that i can enter a expression for each column, but in fact i only want to split the table by "fingerpointing" the right columns. is that possible? And how should i put the relation between them in 'relation' table?
I need to validate if a the ID number that the user typed in my site is a valid ID.
How do I check it?
Do I need to use RegularExpressionValidator?
More over, I also need to validate the credit card number, I found a few RegularExpressions for that in the net but each one is different from the other and I am not sure which one to use.. Does anyone know od a working expression that will suit all credit cards?
I have 2 textboxes and a label on my page. The 2 textboxes will contain numeric values. The label text will be the product of the 2 textbox values. Is there a way to do this using JQuery so that the value can get updated when I edit the textboxes without having to do a postback?Also the textboxes may contain values with commas in it: e.g. 10,000. Is there a way I can extract the number from this so that it can be used to calculate the label value.
area code should be entered in paranetheses is mandatory after area code there should be hypen and only three digit should be allowed to enter that is mandatory after 3 digit again hypen should be there that is mandatory and then 4 digit should be enter that is mandatory.
I'm trying to use the regular expression validator for a numeric ID field.The field needs to be a required field of any number.Currently, I'm using:
Shouldn't this make it so the user has to at least enter 1 digit?? If I hit the submit button with the field empty,it passes validation and posts back.But if I enter non-numeric characters, it errors fine. If I wanted zero or more occurrences,I'd use:
Why isn't this working? Do I need to use this in combination with a Required Field Validator? That would suck ><
I am able to populate a text box with a long string. This string is a collection of email addresses, I am wondering how I can split this string so that I am able to get the individual email addresses? If I select multiple email addresses it come through like Example: email@example.com@test.com in the one text box how could I split this so I could get firstname.lastname@example.org in one text box and email@example.com in another?
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' Select the checkboxes from the GridView control For i As Integer = 0 To GrdVwClassEmail.Rows.Count - 1 Dim row As GridViewRow = GrdVwClassEmail.Rows(i)