Simple Linux File Absolute Path Tester

Published on Tue Mar 01 2022

Match simple linux file absolute path as /usr/share/my-folder/helloworld.jpg

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Simple Linux File Absolute Path Tester

Simple Linux File Absolute Path Tester

Match simple linux file absolute path as /usr/share/my-folder/helloworld.jpg

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Recently, I was looking for a regular expression to validate a file path and extension. I found several of them on Google, but none of them fit my requirement. So I decided to put together a version that suits my need. Here is the Regular Expression to validate the file path and extension and it is compatible with JavaScript and ASP.NET. I hope someone will find this information useful and that it will make your programming job easier. Hide Copy Code ^(?:[\w]\:|\\)(\\[a-z_\-\s0-9\.]+)+\.(txt|gif|pdf|doc|docx|xls|xlsx)$ Explanation Hide Copy Code ^(?:[\w]\:|\\) -- Begin with x:\ or \\ [a-z_\-\s0-9\.] -- valid characters are a-z| 0-9|-|.|_ (you can add more) (txt|gif|pdf|doc|docx|xls|xlsx) -- Valid extension (you can add more) Matches Hide Copy Code \\192.168.0.1\folder\file.pdf \\192.168.0.1\my folder\folder.2\file.gif c:\my folder\abc abc.docx c:\my-folder\another_folder\abc.v2.docx Non-Matches Hide Copy Code \\192.168.0.1\folder\fi<le.pdf \\192.168.0.1\folder\\file.pdf \\192.168.0.1\my folder\folder.2\.gif c:\my folder\another_folder\.docx c:\my folder\\another_folder\abc.docx c:\my folder\another_folder\ab*c.v2.docx c:\my?folder\another_folder\abc.v2.docx file.xls

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