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Regular expression to recognize hexadecimal 32 bytes

Johannne1 asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I am looking for a regular expression to recognize 32 bytes of a hexadecimal
data that ocurrs on one line:
The length is always the same and ther is an end of line.
I know how to recognize an exact # for digits and an exact # for characters but not
a mix.

^(\d{32}+$) - would look for exactly 32 digits followed by end of line.
the problem is that I want to look for a mix of digits and characters.
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