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Posted on 2011-03-19
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I do not have expirience about Reg's and i need some help
this Regular :
\((?<AreaCode>\d{3})\)\s*(?<Number>\d{3}(?:-|\s*)\d{4})

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gives me a result like (800) 325-3535 or (210) 556 3535
i need a regular expression like +30 (210) 5563535
First part is an international code (max 9 digit plus + at the begging)
second part is area Code max 6 digit within parenthesis
third part is the actual tel number max 10 digits
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by:crysallus
ID: 35171495
This should match your current examples, as well as with the international extension added. In other words the international code is defined as optional here.

(?:(?<IntCode>\+\d{1,9}?)\s*)?\((?<AreaCode>\d{3})\)\s*(?<Number>\d{3}(?:-|\s*)\d{4})

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If you don't want the international code to be optional, and only match numbers with the international code, then try this:

(?<IntCode>\+\d{1,9}?)\s*\((?<AreaCode>\d{3})\)\s*(?<Number>\d{3}(?:-|\s*)\d{4})

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oops. Forgot about the other changes you mentioned in points 2 and 3. Try this, for optional international code:

(?:\+(?<IntCode>\d{1,9}?)\s*)?\((?<AreaCode>\d{1,6})\)\s*(?<Number>\d{1,10})

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Not optional:

\+(?<IntCode>\d{1,9}?)\s*\((?<AreaCode>\d{1,6})\)\s*(?<Number>\d{1,10})

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by:John (Yiannis) Toutountzoglou
ID: 35171521
You got it in your second post ...
thank you very much ....
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by:John (Yiannis) Toutountzoglou
ID: 35171598
i try to inert a specified Set of [0-9] to accept only numbers and it Match also if with letter...
"Your Syntax is correct.." ..i try this
\+(?<IntCode>\d{1,9}?[0-9])\s*\((?<AreaCode>\d{1,6}?[0-9])\)\s*(?<Number>\d{1,10}?[0-9])

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What am i missing?
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by:John (Yiannis) Toutountzoglou
ID: 35171832
For example if i set +30 (210) 5564fffff then it return true....
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by:John (Yiannis) Toutountzoglou
ID: 35171836
My expression is
\+(?<IntCode>\d{1,9}?)\s*\((?<AreaCode>\d{1,6})\)\s*(?<Number>\d{1,10})

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