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  • Looking for help with XSS w/ RegEx, VBScript (ASP) -- I'm New! :P

    Hey everyone.  Seems like these days there is a subculture for EVERYTHING! Im glad I found this one... however, I am just starting. So please have mercy.  Basically, here is my pickle. Our windows server got hacked/injected etc etc.  We had user input sanitation in place, but obviously it wasn't "smart" ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by tokey on August 26, 2010
  • Help validate directory path

    I need help creating a regular expression for a user input on an page with c# code behind. I have a textbox where a user can enter a directory path; which i then use to save certain files at. they can enter a local directory, a directory on network, server or an ftp site. so for example these are valid ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by imranmp on February 25, 2010
  • Regex for string not having \ / and .(dot) and length must be 60

    Hi, I need a help on creating regular expression for string length must be 60 and it should not contain \ / and .(dot) I have two regular expressions for validating separately for above condtion. I need it in single expression. Expression are   [^\\/\.]+$    for checking \ / .(dot)^.{60,60}$    for fixed ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by bussureddy82 on June 3, 2009
  • Catching a multiline text block

    Hi all, I have a get a piece of text from a document and I don't find the way to it with a singular regEx. The text has the following ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by George__2008 on April 5, 2008
  • Need a regular expression for validating email which should exclude /|\;,<> and spaces

    Hi I need a regular expression for email validation, it should excldue the email addresses with the following special characters.  \|/,;<> and spaces. The rule for validating the email is : Email address must contain a single @, one or more periods, and any standard characters with the exception of spaces and the ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by bvsuresh_reddy on March 19, 2008
  • How to accept certain symbols and reject others

    I'm trying to create a regex that has the following requirements: 1. must be at least 7 characters in length 2. must contain at least 1 digit 3. must contain at least 1 lowercase letter 4. must contain at least 1 uppercase letter 5. must contain at least one of the following symbols: = ! $ % ^ & + 6. It must reject any word that ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by RobertH on November 13, 2007
  • Complex Name Matching Assistance

    I wrote a VB.NET application that parses airline passenger data using Regular Expressions.  The passenger's last name appears first followed by a slash.  There can be many different data items after that.  In the airline data, the passenger name format is: [] = optional -[Number]Last Name/First Name/Initial [Middle ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by brianbos on November 6, 2007
  • REGEX Template TOKEN Problem

    This is my current regex, for matching template tokens, at the moment it is not matching inner html "(?<subdata>[.\n\r]*)", i need it to match everything including new lines & whitespace characters. It uses for ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by Beachnerd on October 28, 2007
  • Regex to stop users inputting html

    Hi all regex experts I need a regex that excludes any text with html in it. I'm trying to create a text box with a regular expression validator which will not accept text with html in it such as <b>Bold</>.  I'm working with/in ASP.Net 2.0  For this input "<b>Bold</>" should generate an ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by geoffreymh on September 20, 2007
  • Re: Simple Regex

    I am assuming you mean that if there is an "@" sign in the text box you want the validator to not allow the text through. For help with controls you really should be at the forums. This is for help with regular expressions. The regex you need is ^[^@]+$  So the you will need is something like ...
    Posted to Construction Advice (Forum) by Brendan on March 23, 2007