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.

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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

All real numbers can be divided into three categories: positive, negative and zero; Match all positive number Match: 2 9 +8 005 0420 123456789 40.262,12 +042 262,12 421.265.195,52 0420 $ 0420 € 35 °C 12 °F No Match: 0 00000 0000 -10 -1 10a

Simple Number

Verifies Number is a negative/positive number. Number may be a decimal, but if it is, it requires at least one number before and after the decimal place. Decimal numbers may also be negative or positive. Only 1 decimal place is allowed.

trim string

trim leading and trailing whitespace from a string

Comparison of decimals with operators such as <, >, !=, ==, <>

Regex expression for comparing decimal numbers with the usual comparison operators such as < (less than), <= (less than or equal to), > (greater than), >= (greater than or equal to), != (not equal to), == (equal to), ... The regex also allows filtering of data from e.g. a database, whereby the first value is not needed, e.g. [FIELD] < 100

decimal number validation

accepts 1; 1.1; 112315.23135

Date or N/A

Accepts Date or not applicable string.

Email with + symbol

email that accepts the plus (+) symbol