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Title Test Details https://tubemate.zone/mandella-e-meu-nome-mc-kekel-mp3-musica-baixar/
Expression
jmgj
Description
Mandella é Meu Nome mp3 Baixar The base model is fully loaded so you aren't getting a stripped down version. Whenever we go for night out or pub the most interesting thing we find is DJ there. This band has found a formula that works, and it is working for them very well. To grow up playing something you love and now you get them for free is just unreal. https://tubemate.zone/mandella-e-meu-nome-mc-kekel-mp3-musica-baixar/
Matches
uyjuj
Non-Matches
gyjyugj
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Stanley kosinski
Title Test Details Mathematical Expression
Expression
^ (?: (?> # non backtracking for alternated tokens (?: \- # "-" operator (?=\d|\() # followed by digit or "(" ) | (?: (?<=\d|\)) # preceded by digit or ")" (?:\+|\/|\*) # basic operators except "-" (?=\d|\(|\-) # followed by digit or "(" or "-" ) | (?<parenthesis> # incremente balancing group "parenthesis" counter (?<=^|\+|\/|\-|\*|\() # preceded by start of line or basic operator or "(" \( # opening parenthesis "(" (?=\d|\(|\-) # followed by digit or "-" or "(" ) | (?<-parenthesis> # decrement balancing group "parenthesis" counter (?<=\d|\)) # preceded by digit or ")" \) # opening parenthesis ")" (?!\d) # not followed by digit ) | (?: (?<=\(|\-|\+|\*|\/|^) # preceded by start of line or basic operator or "(" (?:\d+(?:\,\d{1,4})?) # number with optional 4 decimal with comma as decimal marker (?=$|\)|\-|\+|\*|\/) # followed by end of line or ")" or basic operator ) ) + (?(parenthesis)(?!)) # test for balancing group "parenthesis" counter ) # unnamed group whole expression $
Description
Useful for validating a basic singleline mathematical expression prior to calculating its value (as with eval). It allows numbers with optional 4 decimals marked with comma. Valid operations: addition, substraction, multiplication, division. Accepts negative numbers. Accepts only round brackets and balances them (.NET ONLY !!!).
Matches
-10/-3,5 | ((5,4-234556.1)*(0,899/2)-4,6778) | (1)+(-2)+-3*-5
Non-Matches
10*4,55555 | (-10+3)+ | -10*95,5+(-3
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Bruce Wayne
Title Test Details U.S. Phone numbers
Expression
^(((\(\d{3}\)|\d{3})( |-|\.))|(\(\d{3}\)|\d{3}))?\d{3}( |-|\.)?\d{4}(( |-|\.)?([Ee]xt|[Xx])[.]?( |-|\.)?\d{4})?$
Description
with or without area code (of various forms)(does not allow for unbalanced parens in the area code). With or without an extension (of various forms). Does not allow for leading or trailing space.
Matches
(123)-456-7890 Ext 1234 | 123-456-7890 | (123).456.7890 | 123.456.7890 | 1234567890ext1234 | 123-456 7890 X 1234
Non-Matches
123)4567890 | 800callcat | 123456789
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Rick LaCount
Title Test Details German numerical Strings w & w/o interpunctation
Expression
(?:^(?:-)?(?:\d{1,3}\.(?:\d{3}\.)*\d{3})(?:\,\d+)?$|^(?:-)?\d*(?:\,\d+)?$)
Description
This validation forces a value wheter to be strict niced or plain input of a numerical value. The separation per thousand should be a (.) dot and must be used exactly or never to be valid. Currently this RX validates german formed values... Just switch \, with \. and vice versa to get valid US results.
Matches
10000|12.123|5.123,000|,001|1.000.000|1,00
Non-Matches
1.0000|12.12.00|5,123.000|.001|1,000,000|1.00
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Lars Echterhoff
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(?:[\w]*) *= *"(?:(?:(?:(?:(?:\\\W)*\\\W)*[^"]*)\\\W)*[^"]*")
Description
This Pattern matches HTML attributes with quoted quotes or other non-word characters correctly. I used it in an parser-engine. Replace the quotes in this RX to match other boundaries.
Matches
<HTMLTAG onClick="jsfunc(\"foo\")">
Non-Matches
<HTMLTAG onClick sometext>
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Lars Echterhoff
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(?:(?:http|https)://(?:(?:[^/&=()/§, ]*?)*\.)+(?:\w{2,3})+?)(?:/+[^ ?,'§$&()={\[\]}]*)*(?:\?+.*)?$
Description
I don't give a f*** to the RFC, fix it yourself for RFC, I just need a valid webresource location. So add forbidden characters as you need them in the character classes or use it as it is. This RegEx is not for searching valid URLs, just for validating. Look at the trailing $.
Matches
http://www.test.org | http://www.test.org/page1 | http://www.test.org/folder/subfolder/page.html?get
Non-Matches
http://www.test.org% | http://www.test.org/hgh(s/ | http://www.test.org/hehe/notallowed&/page1.h
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Lars Echterhoff
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(<[^>]*?tag[^>]*?(?:identify_by)[^>]*>)((?:.*?(?:<[ \r\t]*tag[^>]*>?.*?(?:<.*?/.*?tag.*?>)?)*)*)(<[^>]*?/[^>]*?tag[^>]*?>)
Description
This Pattern matches a HTML like tag and its closing tag without any childtags, that was identified by an attribute or anything identifiable (?) mark inside the opening tag. Look for A as Tag and 1 ans identifier. A greedy expression woulds usualy end at the A 2 closing tag, non-greedy will probably end at the A 3 end tag. e.g.: &lt;A 1&gt; &lt;A 2&gt; &lt;A 2&gt;dfgdfg&lt;/A&gt; &lt;/A&gt; &lt;Z&gt;&lt;/Z&gt; &lt;/A&gt; &lt;A 3&gt; &lt;/A&gt; Returns: 0 Full Match 1 Whole starttag 2 Content inside the tag 3 Whole endtag P.S.: I use it in a parser, to find tags and add code to them, without to know the code, the content or any further infomation.
Matches
<tag name="identify_by">jskdfjkfb</tag>
Non-Matches
have a look at the description.
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Lars Echterhoff
Title Test Details IP Address
Expression
^\d{1,3}[.]\d{1,3}[.]\d{1,3}[.]\d{1,3}$
Description
Check for IP address
Matches
"192.1.3.25"; "255.255.255.255"; "100.30.27.54"
Non-Matches
"a.b.c.d"; "192.1683.3.25"; "192.168.2"
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Gustavo Salvador
Title Test Details Código Postal Portugues (Portuguese Postal Code)
Expression
[0-9]{4}-[0-9]{3}
Description
Regex for postal code in Portugal
Matches
4785-252
Non-Matches
12345
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Nelson Carvalho
Title Test Details AlphaNumeric
Expression
^([A-Za-z]|[A-Za-z][0-9]*|[0-9]*[A-Za-z])+$
Description
This regular expression accepts any combination of alphabets or alphanumeric.
Matches
abc, cba,aaccbbaa, 134abc,a23abc123,abc123
Non-Matches
123,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0,11,22,33....
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Ravi gupta
Title Test Details U,S. Phone Number Parser for .NET (with named groups)
Expression
(\+1|1)?[ \-\.]?\(?(?<areacode>[0-9]{3})\)?[ \-\.]?(?<prefix>[0-9]{3})[ \-\.]?(?<number>[0-9]{4})[ \.]*(ext|x)?[ \.]*(?<extension>[0-9]{0,5})
Description
This regular expression parses virtually any variety of U.S. phone numbers--with or without an extension. If you want a version without the named groups, you can use: (\+1|1)?[ \-\.]?\(?[0-9]{3}\)?[ \-\.]?[0-9]{3}[ \-\.]?[0-9]{4}[ \.]*(ext|x)?[ \.]*[0-9]{0,5}
Matches
601-555-1212|601 5551212|+1.6015551212|601 555 1212|601.555.1212x232|601.555.1212ext232|1 601.555.1212ext232|+1 601.555.1212ext232|+1.(601)5551212|(601) 555 1212|601.555.1212x232|601.555.1212 x233|601.555.1212 x 234|601.555.1212 ext 234|601.555.1212 ext. 234
Non-Matches
601+555+1212
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Anthony Gatlin
Title Test Details Regular Expression to Extract Standard Domain Name
Expression
(http[s]?://)?([A-Za-z0-9-]\.)*(?<domainName>([A-Za-z0-9-]+\.)[A-Za-z]{2,3})/?.$
Description
This regular expression is designed just to extract the domain name from a URL. A domain name may neither start with nor end with a dash. I didn't take the time to add in this check and am actually not sure that it could be easily done. Try it for yourself to understand why.
Matches
http://happycatfish.com/|http://happycatfish.com/our-work
Non-Matches
http://happycatfish.comm|http://happycatfish.c
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Anthony Gatlin
Title Test Details HH:MM:SS AM|PM
Expression
^(|(0\d)|(1[0-2])):(([0-5]\d)):(([0-5]\d))\s([AP]M)$
Description
This will validate only time.
Matches
11:59:59 AM, 00:59:59 PM
Non-Matches
13:59:59, 11:45:60
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Kiran
Title Test Details Malyaisa NRIC
Expression
\d{2}(1[012]|0[0-9])(3[01]|[012]\d)\d{6}
Description
To verify the Malaysia new I/C number.
Matches
980101026512 631222146325 550331026589
Non-Matches
551330016598 442122668888 abcdefghijkl
Author Rating: Not yet rated. ROCHER LEE
Title Test Details IPv6 addresses including compressed and IPv4-embedded variants (RFC 2373)
Expression
(::|(([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}):){7}(([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}))|(:(:([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4})){1,6})|((([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}):){1,6}:)|((([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}):)(:([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4})){1,6})|((([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}):){2}(:([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4})){1,5})|((([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}):){3}(:([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4})){1,4})|((([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}):){4}(:([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4})){1,3})|((([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4}):){5}(:([a-fA-F0-9]{1,4})){1,2}))
Description
This RE recognizes IPv6 addresses for all the representations described by RFC 2373: 1) extended format (with both upper and lowercase HEX) 2) compressed format (eg 2001::6:a) 3) IPv4-embedded format (eg ::ffff:1.2.3.4) limited to addresses of the traditional dual-stack configuration Resulting from observation of real-world implementations, case 2) is extended to allow "::" for one 0-group alone. Although the RFC is clear on "::" being for "multiple groups of 16-bits of zeros" only, some tools like "dig" for the mac produce those values. The RE is simple and quite elegant; it has been tested on over 300 IPv6 addresses collected by dig-ing IPv6-enabled domains; it is used in sshguard's log parser, see http://www.sshguard.net .
Matches
2001:470:b0b4:1:280:c6ff:fef2:9410 | 2001:868:100::3 | 2001:888:144a::a441:888:1002 | ::1 | a:b:: | ::FFFF:1.2.3.4
Non-Matches
1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8:9 | a::b::c | x:x:x:x:x:x:x:x
Author Rating: Not yet rated. mij
Title Test Details 日期验证
Expression
((19|20)[0-9]{2})-(([1-9])|(0[1-9])|(1[0-2]))-((3[0-1])|([0-2][0-9])|([0-9]))
Description
Validate the year month and day.
Matches
2008-12-15
Non-Matches
1556/9/8
Author Rating: Not yet rated. shenruiwen
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^1+0+$
Description
A simple regular expression to determine if a subnet mask is contiguous; that is, the submask must start with a 1 bit followed by 0 or more 1 bits, followed by 1 or more 0 bits until the end of the submask.
Matches
10 | 110 | 1100
Non-Matches
0 | 01 | 101
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Eldon Mellaney
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^([1][12]|[0]?[1-9])[\/-]([3][01]|[12]\d|[0]?[1-9])[\/-](\d{4}|\d{2})$
Description
Matches dates with the following format Month - either MM (like 01) or M (like 1) - from 1 to 12 Day - either DD (like 01) or D ( like 1) - from 1 to 31 Year - either YYYY ( like 1998) or YY (like 98) Separater - either - or /
Matches
11-02-02 | 1-25-2002 | 01/25/2002
Non-Matches
13-02-02 | 11.02.02 | 11/32/2002
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Mekonnen Mekonnen
Title Test Details Non printable ASCII
Expression
[\x00-\x1F\x7F]
Description
Matches all non-printable characters in the ASCII-table, such as Data Link Escape and Cancel
Matches
Test 123-4! *^¨┼@
Non-Matches
[ESC]
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Fredrik Kuhlau
Title Test Details Simple Email Pattern Test
Expression
^[a-z]+([\d_-]*[a-z]+)*@[a-z]{2,}(\.)[a-z]{2,}(\.[a-z]{2})?$
Description
Starting to learn, so: 1.(one or more)letters 2.(optional) "-", "_", numbers + (one or more)letters 3."@" 4.(two or more)letters 5."." 6.(two or more)letters 7.(optional) "." + (two)letters
Matches
t@alright.com | test1ok@alright.com.ha | t-e-s-t1_ok@alright.com.ha
Non-Matches
test1@alright.com | test-@alright.com | _test@alright.com | test@alright.com.ha.ha
Author Rating: Not yet rated. Brunna D
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