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Date Submitted Thu. Feb. 28th, 2008 4:10 PM
Revision 1
Helper inxilpro
Tags "Regular | Expression" | regex | RegExp
Comments 1 comments
This is as close to a perfect URL regular expression as I've come. It's based on RFC 3986.

A few caveats:

It only accepts http/https/ftp URLs by design, but you could change that to accept any valid URI pretty easily.

It doesn't support IP-based URLs or authenticated URLs. This is also by design, but you could change that with a little work.
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Date Submitted Tue. May. 29th, 2007 3:10 AM
Revision 1
Helper morad
Tags Email | Expression | RegExp | Regular | URL
Comments 0 comments
Reg exp for finding url and email adresses. i'm using this from any projects of me. they working
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Date Submitted Thu. Feb. 22nd, 2007 4:14 PM
Revision 1
Helper BerndSchiffer
Tags Category | Inlinetest | RegExp | SwingBuilder
Comments 0 comments
Ein Kilometerfresser mit Groovy Console, Inlinetests, Groovy Beans, der Meta-Objekt-Programmierung, Swing, GStrings, Regulären Ausdrücken und Closures gebaut. Läuft mit Groovy 1.0 in der Groovy Console.

A Mile-Eater build with Groovy Console, inline tests, Groovy Beans, Meta-Object-Programming, Swing, GStrings, regular expressions und closures. Runs with Groovy 1.0 in the Groovy Console.
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Date Submitted Mon. Oct. 9th, 2006 5:51 AM
Revision 1
Helper serpentskiss
Tags "Email Address" | RegExp | Validate
Comments 1 comments
PHP function to validate an email address.
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Date Submitted Thu. Sep. 28th, 2006 3:43 PM
Revision 1
Helper ffxfiend
Tags "php" | PHP | phpcode | RegExp
Comments 1 comments
This is a faily simple function to validate a URL being passed into your scripts. It will allow for http, https, and ftp. The beginning www. of a URL is optional as well. It will also validate if you have an IP address in place of the domain name. I'm sure this can be improved upon as this is my first attempt at regular expressions but it has worked good for me so far. Please comment or improve if your able.

Thanks!
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Date Submitted Thu. Aug. 31st, 2006 6:16 PM
Revision 1
Helper psykoprogrammer
Tags ColdFusion | RegExp
Comments 0 comments
Below is a function written in ColdFusion MX that will return an array containing all matches found when running a regex against a particular string. Each array item is a structure with the match, the starting character position, the ending character position, and an array of any
sub-pattern captures.
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Date Submitted Thu. Aug. 31st, 2006 7:58 AM
Revision 1
Scripter ctiggerf
Tags Email | Perl | RegExp | Validate
Comments 3 comments
Simple function to check for a valid email address. Makes sure the @ and a . are in the right place. There is most likely a perl package on CPAN that would be more extensive, but this happens to work for my uses.
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Date Submitted Thu. Aug. 31st, 2006 7:43 AM
Revision 1
Scripter ctiggerf
Tags Email | Perl | RegExp
Comments 0 comments
Just a simple check to make sure that a person's email address matches their domain.

For example .. in a form you have 2 textboxs .. 1 for their website url, the other for their email address. This checks to see if the domains for the email address and the website url match.
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Date Submitted Mon. Jul. 24th, 2006 9:54 PM
Revision 1
Helper svachon
Tags "Regular | Expression" | JavaScript | RegExp | String
Comments 0 comments
Gets a regular expression that'll search for any regexp pattern specified in the parameters.