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Regex problem..

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Underdogger

Example:

9980767614,8NWZNbd3

1418650724,qlyitjie

28547211,gjipmcno

248872383,nbqnuavc

6688785775,agsyktqq >>>if this return false..

6688785775 >>if this return true

I want to check the numbers only which has 6-12 digits in the txt file..(no other things only 6-12 digits numbers)

If yes, return true..

else return false..

Thanks for replying..

Regard

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Mechaflash

Just to be clear... you want to read the file (which includes all of those lines) and if even one line in the file has a line with JUST numbers, you want it to return true?

Do you mean you want it to return those numbers from the function?


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Underdogger

Just to be clear... you want to read the file (which includes all of those lines) and if even one line in the file has a line with JUST numbers, you want it to return true?

Do you mean you want it to return those numbers from the function?

Just to judge if "only" 6-12 digits numbers in the text file..

if something isn't number or something else will be return false..

When I set "d{6,12}" in expression in this example..

1418650724,qlyitjie

it will be return true..

but I want to judge only the 6-12 digits numbers in the file.

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jchd

If StringRegExp($str, "^\d{6,12}$") Then
    ; string is only 6-12 digits
Else
    ; something else
EndIf


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Underdogger

yes, now I judge it line by line..and it works!

Thanks for solving my simple problem...

int flag = 0

if judge == false

flag ++

if flag != 0

error

else

start something else..

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