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little help with StringRegExp

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

input: 01:10.47

i want to detect if this input ONLY has:

Numbers

:

.

if so then True

Edited by Merchants

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Please stick to one thread about the

This does a little more than only check the existance of the characters. It also checks the order and will allow single digits.

$test = "01:10.47"

If StringRegExp($test, "d{1,2}:d{1,2}.d{1,2}") Then MsgBox(0, "", "Match found")
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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

hm can u add 1 thing for me?

normal input is: 01:10.47

some times i have a input like this: 01:10:47

the last ms can be a . or a :

Edited by Merchants

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Then make that:

$test = "01:10.47"

If StringRegExp($test, "d{1,2}:d{1,2}[.:]d{1,2}") Then MsgBox(0, "", "Match found")

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thx you for ur help

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"." is a wild card, use . instead (force it to be a period)

If StringRegExp($test, "d{1,2}:D{1,2}[.:]d{1,2}") Then MsgBox(0, "", "Match found")


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"." is a wild card, use . instead (force it to be a period)

Not inside brackets.

Note that special characters do not retain their special meanings inside a set, with the exception of , ^, -,[ and ] match the escaped character inside a set.

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