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I need a regex with this pathern.
The first two character has to be letters, and the rest (next 4) needs to be numberic number. Max len is 6.

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AB0001
DE1111
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How about

[a-zA-z]{2}[0-9]{4}
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[A-Z]{2}\d{4} should work for you.
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thank you
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