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Hi all, i wanna ask you about string pattern in regex. I want to validate some strings such as : "IDA0230332", "This is a string", "The number is 8".
I have tried using this code, but it doesn't work. Would u help me please what "string pattern" is the best for that..??

My Code :
private static int IsContaintRegex(string temp)
{
      if (Regex.IsMatch(temp, "^[0-9]+\\s+([a-zA-z]+|[a-zA-z]+\\s+[a-zA-z]+)$", RegexOptions.IgnoreCase).Equals(true))
      {
        return 1;
      }
      else { return 0; }
}
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Updated 25-Oct-10 19:35pm
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If I understand you right:
string[] strings = { "IDA0230332", "This is a string", "The number is 8", "Hello+sd","55#5"};
          foreach (string str in strings)
          {
              Console.Write(str + "\t\t");
              string reg = @"^(\w|\s)*$";
              if (Regex.IsMatch(str, reg))
              {
                  Console.WriteLine("match");
              }
              else { Console.WriteLine(); }
          }
   
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Teamsar Muliadi 26-Oct-10 0:58am
   
Hey... it works... :) thanks for giving me solution.. :)

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