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Positive Numbers greater than 0 with leading zeroes.
Published on Tue Mar 01 2022
Accepts all positive numbers above 0. Accepts numbers with leading zeroes e.g.: 0123, 00123.
Regex
Test String
0111111111111
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Positive Numbers greater than 0 with leading zeroes.
Positive Numbers greater than 0 with leading zeroes.
Accepts all positive numbers above 0. Accepts numbers with leading zeroes e.g.: 0123, 00123.
whitespaces and positive numerics (3 precisions accpet . or ,)
//Accepts whitespaces and positive numeric values including integers and decimals(dot or comma optional) with 3 precisions only. //Ex: "999", " 999.999", " 999.999", " 999,999", " 999,999" -> ACCEPTABLE
Regex pattern for numeric values
Positive number !
Get any positive integer
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