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Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\$?([0-9]{1,3},([0-9]{3},)*[0-9]{3}|[0-9]+)(\.[0-9][0-9])?$
Description
Matches US currency input with or without commas. This provides a fix for the currency regular expression posted at http://regxlib.com/REDetails.aspx?regexp_id=70 by escaping the . (period) to ensure that no other characters may be used in it's place.
Matches
$3,023,123.34 | 9,876,453 | 123456.78
Non-Matches
4,33,234.34 | $1.234 | abc
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Al Kahler
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^[-+]?\d+(\.\d+)?$
Description
This matches any real number, with optional decimal point and numbers after the decimal, and optional positive (+) or negative (-) designation.
Matches
123 | -123.45 | +123.56
Non-Matches
123x | .123 | -123.
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Steven Smith
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(^\d*\.?\d*[1-9]+\d*$)|(^[1-9]+\d*\.\d*$)
Description
Accepts only positive decimal values. Zero and negatvie numbers are non-matching. Allows zeros after last non-zero numeric value after decimal place for significant digits.
Matches
0.050 | 5.0000 | 5000
Non-Matches
0 | 0.0 | .0
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Bri Gipson
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\$?([1-9]{1}[0-9]{0,2}(\,[0-9]{3})*(\.[0-9]{0,2})?|[1-9]{1}[0-9]{0,}(\.[0-9]{0,2})?|0(\.[0-9]{0,2})?|(\.[0-9]{1,2})?)$
Description
Many currency expresssions allow leading zeros, thus $01.40 passes thru them. This expression kills them, except for 0 in the one's column. Works with or without commas and/or dollar sign. Decimals not mandatory, unless no zero in ones column and decimal point is placed. Allows $0.00 and .0 Keywords: money dollar currency
Matches
$1,234.50 | $0.70 | .7
Non-Matches
$0,123.50 | $00.5
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Tom Persing
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(?!\u00a2) #Don't allow cent symbol \p{Sc}? #optional unicode currency symbols (?!0,?\d) #don't allow leading zero if 1 or more unit (?:\d{1,3} # 1 to 3 digits (?:([, .])\d{3})? # if there is a separator it must be followed by 3 digits (?:\1\d{3})* # if the is more than two groups the same separtor must but used, it must be followed by 3 digits |(?:\d+)) # more than 3 digit with no comma separator ((?!\1)[,.]\d{2})?$ # option cents
Description
Internationally capable currency formats. It is NOT local aware. Should be modify for local specific validations. More detail at http://blogs.regexadvice.com/mash/archive/2004/06/08/1246.aspx
Matches
$9,876,543.21 | €9 876 543,21 | €9.876.543,21
Non-Matches
9.876.543.21 | 9,876,543,21 | 9 876 543 21
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Michael Ash
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(0*100{1,1}\.?((?<=\.)0*)?%?$)|(^0*\d{0,2}\.?((?<=\.)\d*)?%?)$
Description
Percentage (From 0 to 100)
Matches
100% | 100 | 52.65%
Non-Matches
-1 | -1% | 100.1%
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Andres Garcia
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(\d{1,3}'(\d{3}')*\d{3}(\.\d{1,3})?|\d{1,3}(\.\d{3})?)$
Description
This regex match numeric data in the following format: thousands are separated by (') apostrophe, decimal places are separated by dot (.) Maximum three decimal places are not required. It's easy to change to other separators as well.
Matches
1'235.140 | 1'222'333.120 | 456
Non-Matches
1234.500 | 78'45.123 | 123,0012
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Dalibor Kalna
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^100$|^[0-9]{1,2}$|^[0-9]{1,2}\,[0-9]{1,3}$
Description
Percentage with 3 number after comma.
Matches
12,654 | 1,987
Non-Matches
128,2 | 12,
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Samir AZZA
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^[1-9]+[0-9]*$
Description
Allows only positive integers that are greater then 0. Easily modified for +/- intergers and allowing zero.
Matches
1 | 12 | 124
Non-Matches
-1 | a | 1.0
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. William Powell
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\$?\-?([1-9]{1}[0-9]{0,2}(\,\d{3})*(\.\d{0,2})?|[1-9]{1}\d{0,}(\.\d{0,2})?|0(\.\d{0,2})?|(\.\d{1,2}))$|^\-?\$?([1-9]{1}\d{0,2}(\,\d{3})*(\.\d{0,2})?|[1-9]{1}\d{0,}(\.\d{0,2})?|0(\.\d{0,2})?|(\.\d{1,2}))$|^\(\$?([1-9]{1}\d{0,2}(\,\d{3})*(\.\d{0,2})?|[1-9]{1}\d{0,}(\.\d{0,2})?|0(\.\d{0,2})?|(\.\d{1,2}))\)$
Description
currency format that allows optional $, optional &quot;-&quot;(MinusSignNegative) OR &quot;()&quot; (ParenNegative) but not both, optional cents, and optional commas separating thousands. Minus sign can be before or after $, but parens must be outside the $. UPDATED: now fails to match a &quot;$&quot; without any further numbers
Matches
($4,000.00) | -$4000.00 | -$400.00
Non-Matches
4,00.000 | abc | $
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. gregg durishan
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\d*\.?\d*$
Description
Matches any unsigned floating point number/numeric string. Also matches empty strings.
Matches
123 | 3.14159 | .234
Non-Matches
abc | -3.14159 | 3.4.2
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Steven Smith
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(((\d{1,3})(,\d{3})*)|(\d+))(.\d+)?$
Description
validates numbers, with or without decimal places, and comma 1000 separators.
Matches
9999999 | 99999.99999 | 99,999,999.9999
Non-Matches
9999. | 9,99,99999.999 | 999.9999.9999
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Neville Clark
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\$[0-9]+(\.[0-9][0-9])?$
Description
Validates a dollar amount including a dollar sign and 2 decmals. The decimal and cents are optional.
Matches
$1.50 | $49 | $0.50
Non-Matches
1.5 | $1.333 | this $5.12 fails
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Bob Levittan
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(\d|-)?(\d|,)*\.?\d*$
Description
Input for Numeric values. Handles negatives, and comma formatted values. Also handles a single decimal point
Matches
5,000 | -5,000 | 100.044
Non-Matches
abc | Hundred | 1.3.4
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Kevin Read
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^((\d?)|(([-+]?\d+\.?\d*)|([-+]?\d*\.?\d+))|(([-+]?\d+\.?\d*\,\ ?)*([-+]?\d+\.?\d*))|(([-+]?\d*\.?\d+\,\ ?)*([-+]?\d*\.?\d+))|(([-+]?\d+\.?\d*\,\ ?)*([-+]?\d*\.?\d+))|(([-+]?\d*\.?\d+\,\ ?)*([-+]?\d+\.?\d*)))$
Description
This allows a sequence of real numbers to be added, separated by a comma (required) and a space (optional). Based pretty heavily on an expression by Steven Smith on this site.
Matches
8.0 | 8.0,-.38,+8.9 | 8.0, +8.8, 0.09
Non-Matches
+ | . | a,b, c
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Paul Auger
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\d*\.?((25)|(50)|(5)|(75)|(0)|(00))?$
Description
This is a pattern to search and verify that a decimal number ends with a 25, 50, 75, 0 or 00. It does match for a nothing after decimal also but I guess thats ok !!
Matches
0.25 | .75 | 123.50
Non-Matches
.77 | 1.435
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. narsi v
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(\$|)([1-9]\d{0,2}(\,\d{3})*|([1-9]\d*))(\.\d{2})?$
Description
Combine Michael Ash's US Dollar amount and Bri Gipson's eliminating zero input to create this RE to accept Optional leading dollar sign, optional well-formed comma separator dollar amount with no zero amount allowed. *** Correction: Remove the &quot;+&quot; otherwise it will incorrectly matches 4 leading digits like 1234,345,678.00 03-03-2005
Matches
$1,234,567.89 | 1234567.89 | $9.99
Non-Matches
$1,2345,67.89 | $1234,345,678.0 | 0
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Joe Lynwood
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(?'DateLiteral' (?# Per the VB Spec : DateLiteral ::= '#' [ Whitespace+ ] DateOrTime [ Whitespace+ ] '#' ) \#\s* (?'DateOrTime' (?# DateOrTime ::= DateValue Whitespace+ TimeValue | DateValue | TimeValue ) (?'DateValue' (?# DateValue ::= Whitespace+ TimeValue | DateValue | TimeValue ) ( (?# DateValue ::= MonthValue / DayValue / YearValue | MonthValue - DayValue - YearValue ) (?'Month'(0?[1-9])|1[0-2]) (?# Month 01 - 12 ) (?'Sep'[-/]) (?# Date separator '-' or '/' ) (?'Day'0?[1-9]|[12]\d|3[01]) (?# Day 01 - 31 ) \k'Sep' (?# whatever date separator was previously matched ) (?'Year'\d{1,4}) \s+ (?# TimeValue ::= HourValue : MinuteValue [ : SecondValue ] [ WhiteSpace+ ] [ AMPM ] ) (?'HourValue'(0?[1-9])|1[0-9]|2[0-4]) (?# Hour 01 - 24 ) [:] (?'MinuteValue'0?[1-9]|[1-5]\d|60) (?# Minute 01 - 60 ) [:] (?'SecondValue':0?[1-9]|[1-5]\d|60)? (?# Optional Minute :01 - :60 ) \s* (?'AMPM'[AP]M)? ) | ( (?# DateValue ::= MonthValue / DayValue / YearValue | MonthValue - DayValue - YearValue ) (?'Month'(0?[1-9])|1[0-2]) (?# Month 01 - 12 ) (?'Sep'[-/]) (?# Date separator '-' or '/' ) (?'Day'0?[1-9]|[12]\d|3[01]) (?# Month 01 - 31 ) \k'Sep' (?# whatever date separator was previously matched ) (?'Year'\d{4}) ) | ( (?# TimeValue ::= HourValue : MinuteValue [ : SecondValue ] [ WhiteSpace+ ] [ AMPM ] ) (?'HourValue'(0?[1-9])|1[0-9]|2[0-4]) (?# Hour 01 - 24 ) [:] (?'MinuteValue'0?[1-9]|[1-5]\d|60) (?# Minute 01 - 60 ) [:] (?'SecondValue':0?[1-9]|[1-5]\d|60)? (?# Optional Minute :01 - :60 ) \s* (?'AMPM'[AP]M)? ) ) ) \s*\# )
Description
Match the VB Language specification BNF for DateTime literal. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/vbls7/html/vblrfvbspec2_4_6.asp?frame=true DateLiteral ::= # [ Whitespace+ ] DateOrTime [ Whitespace+ ] # DateOrTime ::= DateValue Whitespace+ TimeValue | DateValue | TimeValue DateValue ::= MonthValue / DayValue / YearValue | MonthValue – DayValue - YearValue TimeValue ::= HourValue : MinuteValue [ : SecondValue ] [ WhiteSpace+ ] [ AMPM ] MonthValue ::= IntLiteral DayValue ::= IntLiteral YearValue ::= IntLiteral HourValue ::= IntLiteral MinuteValue ::= IntLiteral SecondValue ::= IntLiteral AMPM ::= AM | PM
Matches
# 8/23/1970 3:45:39AM # | # 8/23/1970 #
Non-Matches
## | # 23/8/1970 #
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Darren Neimke
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\d+$
Description
This is derived from Steven Smith's Integer expression (http://www.regexlib.com/REDetails.aspx?regexp_id=51). The only difference is that this does not accept blanks. Written by Jason N. Gaylord.
Matches
2 | 50 | 0
Non-Matches
-15 | 1.2
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Jason N. Gaylord
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(^([0-9]+[.]+[0-9]+)|(0)$)
Description
Wrote this to accept either decimals or zero, but not whole numbers - for a particular project...
Matches
1.1 | 12.12 | 0
Non-Matches
. | .123 | 123.
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. c raz
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