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Dynamically created RegularExpressionValidator in c# code behind

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Dear Expert,

I wanna to dynamically add the RegularExpressionValidator in c# code behind..
May i know how to do that?
actually i have test the RegularExpressionValidator in html there..It can get d result that i want.
but once i write d RegularExpressionValidator in code behind it, the regular expression didnt appear when i key in wrong number.
May i know how to write dynamic RegularExpressionValidator?Do i need to write txtEvalTitle_onTextChanged ?

Bellow is my code:

                            TextBox txtEvalTitle = new TextBox();
                            txtEvalTitle.ID = "txtEvalTitle" + arrCriteriaDetails[i, 5];  
                            txtEvalTitle.Font.Bold = true;
                            txtEvalTitle.Font.Size = 10;
                            txtEvalTitle.Width = 30;
                            txtEvalTitle.Text = arrCriteriaDetails[i, 3];
                            RegularExpressionValidator rev = new RegularExpressionValidator();
                            rev.ID = "rev" + arrCriteriaDetails[i, 3];
                            rev.ControlToValidate = "txtEvalTitle" + arrCriteriaDetails[i, 5];
                            rev.ErrorMessage = "Please Enter Title No";
                            rev.ValidationExpression = "[-+]?([1-9]*\\.0+)";
                            rev.Visible = true;

urgently need ur help..
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