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How to write RegExp digits only, starting character >= 1?

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I have a form where I would like to perform some validation using a javascript function. I cant' figure out the RegExp.

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  1. function is_number(target) {
  2.    target.value = trim(target.value);
  3.    var filter = RegExp("^[help]");
  4.    if(filter.test(target.value))
  5.       return true;
  6. = "#ffcccc";
  7.    return false;
  8. }

The first character must be greater than 1, the user can only enter in digits, and must be less than 100.

Nov 21 '07 #1
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P: 5,390
hi ...

try the following:

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  1. /^[1-9]{1}\d{0,1}$/
kind regards
Nov 22 '07 #2

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