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Expressions in category: Address/Phone

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Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^[\\(]{0,1}([0-9]){3}[\\)]{0,1}[ ]?([^0-1]){1}([0-9]){2}[ ]?[-]?[ ]?([0-9]){4}[ ]*((x){0,1}([0-9]){1,5}){0,1}$
Description
US Telephone Number where this is regular expression excludes the first number, after the area code,from being 0 or 1; it also allows an extension to be added where it does not have to be prefixed by 'x'.
Matches
(910)456-7890 | (910)456-8970 x12 | (910)456-8970 1211
Non-Matches
(910) 156-7890 | (910) 056-7890 | (910) 556-7890 x
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Bill Anderson
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(^1300\d{6}$)|(^1800|1900|1902\d{6}$)|(^0[2|3|7|8]{1}[0-9]{8}$)|(^13\d{4}$)|(^04\d{2,3}\d{6}$)
Description
Australian phone numbers: Matches all known formats incl normal 10-digit landline numbers (valid area code mandatory) 13, 1300, 1800, 1900, 1902 plus mobile 10 and 11-digit formats. Use a Replace function first to remove non-numerics which are probably separators (E.g. newNum = number.replace(/[\D]/g, ""). Please contact me if you find any valid Aussie numbers being rejected.
Matches
0732105432 | 1300333444 | 131313
Non-Matches
32105432 | 13000456
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Bill Hely
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^[a-zA-Z]{1}[0-9]{1}[a-zA-Z]{1}(\-| |){1}[0-9]{1}[a-zA-Z]{1}[0-9]{1}$
Description
This expression will help match Quebec's postal codes.
Matches
h2j-3c4 | H2J 3C4 | H2J-3c4
Non-Matches
H2J_3C4 | H213C4 | 123456
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Frederic Trudeau
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(?:\([2-9]\d{2}\)\ ?|[2-9]\d{2}(?:\-?|\ ?))[2-9]\d{2}[- ]?\d{4}$
Description
US Phone Number: This regular expression for US phone numbers conforms to NANP A-digit and D-digit requirments (ANN-DNN-NNNN). Area Codes 001-199 are not permitted; Central Office Codes 001-199 are not permitted. Format validation accepts 10-digits without delimiters, optional parens on area code, and optional spaces or dashes between area code, central office code and station code. Acceptable formats include 2225551212, 222 555 1212, 222-555-1212, (222) 555 1212, (222) 555-1212, etc. You can add/remove formatting options to meet your needs.
Matches
5305551212 | (530) 555-1212 | 530-555-1212
Non-Matches
0010011212 | 1991991212 | 123) not-good
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Don Johnston
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(\d{4,6})
Description
Simple Postcode - this is the first test of the new WebService :-)
Matches
4078 | 539999
Non-Matches
dfasdf | afasdfsad
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Darren Neimke
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
((\(\d{3}\)?)|(\d{3}))([\s-./]?)(\d{3})([\s-./]?)(\d{4})
Description
US Phone number that accept a dot, a space, a dash, a forward slash, between the numbers. Will Accept a 1 or 0 in front. Area Code not necessary
Matches
1.2123644567 | 0-234.567/8912 | 1-(212)-123 4567
Non-Matches
0-212364345 | 1212-364,4321 | 0212\345/6789
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Mart Maasikas
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^[2-9]\d{2}-\d{3}-\d{4}$
Description
This expression matches a hyphen separated US phone number, of the form ANN-NNN-NNNN, where A is between 2 and 9 and N is between 0 and 9.
Matches
800-555-5555 | 333-444-5555 | 212-666-1234
Non-Matches
000-000-0000 | 123-456-7890 | 2126661234
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Steven Smith
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^([0-9]( |-)?)?(\(?[0-9]{3}\)?|[0-9]{3})( |-)?([0-9]{3}( |-)?[0-9]{4}|[a-zA-Z0-9]{7})$
Description
Matches US phone number format. 1 in the beginning is optional, area code is required, spaces or dashes can be used as optional divider between number groups. Also alphanumeric format is allowed after area code.
Matches
1-(123)-123-1234 | 123 123 1234 | 1-800-ALPHNUM
Non-Matches
1.123.123.1234 | (123)-1234-123 | 123-1234
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Igor Kravtsov
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^((AL)|(AK)|(AS)|(AZ)|(AR)|(CA)|(CO)|(CT)|(DE)|(DC)|(FM)|(FL)|(GA)|(GU)|(HI)|(ID)|(IL)|(IN)|(IA)|(KS)|(KY)|(LA)|(ME)|(MH)|(MD)|(MA)|(MI)|(MN)|(MS)|(MO)|(MT)|(NE)|(NV)|(NH)|(NJ)|(NM)|(NY)|(NC)|(ND)|(MP)|(OH)|(OK)|(OR)|(PW)|(PA)|(PR)|(RI)|(SC)|(SD)|(TN)|(TX)|(UT)|(VT)|(VI)|(VA)|(WA)|(WV)|(WI)|(WY))$
Description
This validates the states and territories of the United States in a 2 character uppercase format. Very poor excuse for a regular expression! ;) Written by Jason Gaylord.
Matches
NY | PA | NJ
Non-Matches
Pennsylvania | Pa | pa
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Jason N. Gaylord
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(((^[BEGLMNS][1-9]\d?) | (^W[2-9] ) | ( ^( A[BL] | B[ABDHLNRST] | C[ABFHMORTVW] | D[ADEGHLNTY] | E[HNX] | F[KY] | G[LUY] | H[ADGPRSUX] | I[GMPV] | JE | K[ATWY] | L[ADELNSU] | M[EKL] | N[EGNPRW] | O[LX] | P[AEHLOR] | R[GHM] | S[AEGKL-PRSTWY] | T[ADFNQRSW] | UB | W[ADFNRSV] | YO | ZE ) \d\d?) | (^W1[A-HJKSTUW0-9]) | (( (^WC[1-2]) | (^EC[1-4]) | (^SW1) ) [ABEHMNPRVWXY] ) ) (\s*)? ([0-9][ABD-HJLNP-UW-Z]{2})) | (^GIR\s?0AA)
Description
Here it is, the monster UK Postcode regular expression that should prevent the majority of miskeying. Unlike an most other regexes it only permits valid combinations of letters, e.g. BN works, BM does not. Spaces between the first and second parts are optional. I have tested this against a file of 7,500 valid postcodes, and also against a real-world list of about 12,000 which had some bad data. Manually checking a sample of the rejected ones showed it was working correctly (and how poor the data was!!). I originally started by trying to adapt the GDSC document at http://www.govtalk.gov.uk/gdsc/html/frames/PostCode.htm and specifically their XSD pattern at http://www.govtalk.gov.uk/gdsc/schemaHtml/bs7666-v2-0-xsd-PostCodeType.htm but this turned out to be rather loose. Instead I wrote this. If you find any valid postcodes being rejected by this regex please let me know.
Matches
W1A 1AA | EC2V 1JN | GIR 0AA
Non-Matches
TB12 1AB | EC2V 1JM | W2A 1AA
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Howard Richards
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^((\d{5}-\d{4})|(\d{5})|([AaBbCcEeGgHhJjKkLlMmNnPpRrSsTtVvXxYy]\d[A-Za-z]\s?\d[A-Za-z]\d))$
Description
Regular expression for US (ZIP and ZIP+4) and Canadian postal codes. It allows 5 digits for the first US postal code and requires that the +4, if it exists, is four digits long. Canadain postal codes can contain a space and take form of A1A 1A1. The letters can be upper or lower case, but the first letter must be one of the standard Canadian zones: A,B,C,E,G,H,J,K,L,M,N,P,R,S,T,V,X,Y.
Matches
00501 | 84118-3423 | n3a 3B7
Non-Matches
501-342 | 123324 | Q4B 5C5
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Matthew Aznoe
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
([0]{1}[6]{1}[-\s]*[1-9]{1}[\s]*([0-9]{1}[\s]*){7})|([0]{1}[1-9]{1}[0-9]{1}[0-9]{1}[-\s]*[1-9]{1}[\s]*([0-9]{1}[\s]*){5})|([0]{1}[1-9]{1}[0-9]{1}[-\s]*[1-9]{1}[\s]*([0-9]{1}[\s]*){6})
Description
Meets dutch phone number requirements.. One posted here before didn't allow the 0 after the first digit of the call ID (so the second number or later after the prefix), which should be allowed. I modified that one to meet full requirements now.. Enjoy!!
Matches
06 12345678 | 010-1234560 | 0111-101234
Non-Matches
05-43021212 | 123-4567890 | 1234567890
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Dennis de Jong
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^[1-9][0-9]{3}\s?[a-zA-Z]{2}$
Description
Validates Dutch Postal Codes (ZipCode). There was a previous one listed here, but it's not entirely correct. Namely that dutch postal codes can contain a zero but cannot start with one, so this one is the adjusted version.
Matches
1234AB | 1234 AB | 1001 AB
Non-Matches
0123AB | 1234A B | 0123 AB
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Jos Krause
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
\b((?:0[1-46-9]\d{3})|(?:[1-357-9]\d{4})|(?:[4][0-24-9]\d{3})|(?:[6][013-9]\d{3}))\b
Description
This is my attempt to find out valid german postal codes (PLZ or Postleitzahlen). After the German Unification the numbers were changed to a five digit system. The postal codes starts with the two digit "Leitzahl". This is a number between 00 and 99 excluding the not yet used numbers: 00, 05, 43 and 62! After that follows directly a three digit number, 000-999. Comments welcome. This works for me, however I think it could be written more compact, but could not figure out how ;-) For more information on german postal codes see: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Postleitbereiche_Deutschland http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postleitzahl_%28Deutschland%29 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_postal_codes_in_Germany
Matches
12556 | 01550 | 80796
Non-Matches
05234 | 8973 | 62980
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Markus Matern
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\(\d{3}\) ?\d{3}( |-)?\d{4}|^\d{3}( |-)?\d{3}( |-)?\d{4}
Description
Expresion Regular para Teléfonos con clave lada en México separada o no con guiones o espacios. Sirve para teléfonos estacionarios y/o celulares, con o sin paréntesis, 10 números a fuerzas, funciona en .net
Matches
(658)154-1122 | 6581541122 | 658-154-1122
Non-Matches
(658 154 1122 | 759-1245 | 875 (489 1568)
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Alex Cons
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^[ \w]{3,}([A-Za-z]\.)?([ \w]*\#\d+)?(\r\n| )[ \w]{3,},\x20[A-Za-z]{2}\x20\d{5}(-\d{4})?$
Description
This is a simple expression to check a US street address entered on either one or two lines. Being short it does not check that the road qualifer is "valid" (eg. drive, avenue, etc), but it does allow for the extended zip code. A word of warning, the multiline mode can be picky about ending the first line with extra space.
Matches
123 Anywhere Dr. apt #99 Somewhere, ST 55789 | 123 Anywhere Dr. Somewhere, ST 55789 | 123 Anywhere D
Non-Matches
123 Anywhere Drive #99 Somewhere, ST 55789 - 1234 | 123 Anywhere Dr. apt. #99 Somewhere, ST 55789 |
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Gideon Engelberth
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^0[234679]{1}[\s]{0,1}[\-]{0,1}[\s]{0,1}[1-9]{1}[0-9]{6}$
Description
The regex matches the UAE land phone numbers. Checks the area codes[04,02,06...etc] strictly. Force user to input phone numbers in strict manner(it take input 04 3452488, but not 04______spaces_______3452488)
Matches
04 3452488 | 04 -3452488 | 04 - 3452499
Non-Matches
01 -3452488 | 04 34524888 | 08 3452488
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Vathachira Joseph Bino
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^(\+97[\s]{0,1}[\-]{0,1}[\s]{0,1}1|0)50[\s]{0,1}[\-]{0,1}[\s]{0,1}[1-9]{1}[0-9]{6}$
Description
regex which matches UAE mobile phone numbers. Its capable to take inputs +97150 3827741, +97-150-3827741, +97150 - 3827741,050 3827741, 050 - 3827741 Enjoy REGEXXXXXXX!!!!!!!
Matches
+97150 3827741 | 0503827741 | 050-3827741
Non-Matches
040 3827741 | 05 3827741 | 050_______spaces_______3827741
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Vathachira Joseph Bino
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
^\d{5}((-|\s)?\d{4})?$
Description
Single field zip code validator, useful for Web Forms. Allows user to enter 5-digit or 5-digit plus 4 zip code, with hyphen or space or NO space between last 4 digits.
Matches
92078-4705 | 920784705 | 92078 4705
Non-Matches
9027x | 902 | 92078.4705
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. MARK J KRISBURG
Title Test Details Pattern Title
Expression
(((^[BEGLMNS][1-9]\d?)|(^W[2-9])|(^(A[BL]|B[ABDHLNRST]|C[ABFHMORTVW]|D[ADEGHLNTY]|E[HNX]|F[KY]|G[LUY]|H[ADGPRSUX]|I[GMPV]|JE|K[ATWY]|L[ADELNSU]|M[EKL]|N[EGNPRW]|O[LX]|P[AEHLOR]|R[GHM]|S[AEGKL-PRSTWY]|T[ADFNQRSW]|UB|W[ADFNRSV]|YO|ZE)\d\d?)|(^W1[A-HJKSTUW0-9])|(((^WC[1-2])|(^EC[1-4])|(^SW1))[ABEHMNPRVWXY]))(\s*)?([0-9][ABD-HJLNP-UW-Z]{2}))$|(^GIR\s?0AA$)
Description
For the terminally hard of thinking, a version of my UK postcode validator without WHITESPACE. Unlike most validators on regexlib, this knows valid postcode combinations, e.g. W1A is permitted, W1 is not, but W2 is. It should catch between 95-98% of invalid postcodes.
Matches
W1A 1AA | EC1V1JN | N7 8BQ
Non-Matches
W1A 1AM | BM1 1AB | EC1 1AA
Author Rating: The rating for this expression. Howard Richards
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