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Regular Expression Details

Title Test Find Pattern Title
Expression
^[A-Za-z]{6}[0-9LMNPQRSTUV]{2}[A-Za-z]{1}[0-9LMNPQRSTUV]{2}[A-Za-z]{1}[0-9LMNPQRSTUV]{3}[A -Za-z]{1}$
Description
Check italian fiscal code (codice fiscale) with "OMOCODIA" control
Matches
BTTNDR78R06A79QU
Non-Matches
BTTNDR78R06A79AU
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Title: shorten things a bit
Name: zeuz
Date: 6/2/2010 4:46:50 PM
Comment:
Using lorenzos improvements and shortening a bit we get the following: [A-Z]{6}[0-9L-NP-V]{2}[A-EHLMPR-T][0-9L-NP-V]{2}[A-Z][0-9L-NP-V]{3}[A-Z] Regards, Norbert


Title: Improvements
Name: lorenzo
Date: 10/11/2006 6:15:30 AM
Comment:
1) Why including lowercase [A-Za-z] when you imply uppercase in [0-9LMNPQRSTUV]? Better to make the whole regexp case insensitive 2) 9th character is a letter representing the month of birth, so it is limited to [AEPBHRCLSDMT], not [A-Z]


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