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Jquery Form to Accept German Characters

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Hi All ...

I have a form using the JqueryUI Dialog library.
Within there is a name field which is set as required, but I need it to accept foreign characters (German to be more exact) which is doesn't at the moment.

The validation code (which uses regex) is as follows:
bValid = bValid && checkRegexp( name, /^[A-Z0-9 _]*$/i, "Name is missing" );

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I need it to accept the following ä,ö,ü,ß characters too.  

How can I adjust the above line to cater for this?

Many Thanks
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Question by:Shafiq Khan
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try this:

bValid = bValid && checkRegexp( name, /^[A-Z0-9 _äöüß]*$/i, "Name is missing" );

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Many Thanks Sedwick.  That did the trick!
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