I'm trying to use the validator to work on a email form to ensure that they enter a valid from email address. That part works. I also want to add to the expression the text that I pre-populate in the txtbox ("Enter your email address") so on postback, after sending the message, I can clear the fields and repopulate that box.
How do I add that wording to the current expression: w+([-+.']w+)*@w+([-.]w+)*.w+([-.]w+)*
I am using Regular Expression validator for a text box. The below is working fine.It is not performing validation when I enter values like 0000..001.How can I modify validation expression? But it would allow values like 100,...5000 i.e zeros after a number.
<asp:RegularExpressionValidator ID="reg2" runat="server" ControlToValidate="rng2" ValidationExpression="^[0-9]+" ErrorMessage="*Please Enter a Valid Number for Second Range." ForeColor="Red" Font-Bold="True"></asp:RegularExpressionValidator>
I need some help in regular expression.I am validating the textbox text when updating the records.When i click the update button,the first 5 letters should be equal to CM000 or cm000.How to validate this using regular expression in asp.net. does anyone know validationexpression for this.
I am a new to regular expressions.I need to validate an identification number so that the textbox doesn't accept numbers like 1111111, 2222222, 3333333......9999999 and 1234567, 2345678, 3456789.Could someone please post regular expression for not accepting such format.
I have a regular expression validation set on text box. I have a grid on the same page with edit and delete buttons. In some cases I don't want the regular expression to fire. For example, I have a scenario where the text box will be disabled but I can still enter data in to the grid and modify it, but the regular expression fires when I modify the grid and the changes in the grid are not processed.how can I stop the validation when I am working on grid. I can see a property causes validation for button to stop validation but don't know how can I stop for the grid.
I am facing a problem for doing URL validation which should allow atlest two periods in the URL.If the URL does not contain atleast two periods then it should throw an error. Also the regular expression must obey all the URL validations.Please help GURUS it is urgent for me to get some solution.
Is there a way to check a textbox by using a regular expression without using the <asp:RegularExpressionValidator> ? I have a few buttons on my page, and any onclick is causing the regular expression to execute. I want it to work only for the final submission button. Can I check with C#?