How can I write regular expression in C# to validate that the input does not contain double spaces? I am using Regular Expression Validation. However I do not know what is the Validation Expression to get the result.
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>
Suppose i have this input string "3rd position 5th time"
I want to write a Regular Expression to get 3 and 5 in a String like this "3 5" i.e., 3 and 5 both will be in a String but having a space. 3 and 5 may be any numbers like 12 or 13 ony any other numbers. For this i wrote this Regular Expression
Dim regexpression As String = "^[0-9]*+[0-9]"
but its not working .I am unable to get the logic.
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 really struggling with this! Using the regular expression validator I created an expression, thus ":" to show an error message if the user tries to enter in a name that contains a colon. What I am getting is the error message showing even when there is no colon (:) in the string. What am I doing wrong?
I need a way to create a regular expression from a string or an array of domain names. for example string array = [URL]. Once I click save I would want to create a regular expression that would match all 3 with or without '.com' extension. Then Another task would be to pull this data out of regular expression and put it back into an array.
This is my regular expression . it accepts the email such as name.name_@__domain.in How can i format my regular expression which accepts only a valid email format only. I need the email validation for above example.it is not a duplicate one.
I would like to know what the expression for "letters only" is for my asp.net web application. I tried ^[A-Za-z] but it does not work I would also like a regular expression for "numbers only except "-"