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How to use Preg_match in php to match phone number?

I want to use Preg_match in php to match phone number from my input. My expect result is to be like (885) 12 132 456 or 012 123 123 or 097 123 1447 if it not match to this it would show error message.
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Ray Paseur

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Very thank for your help.
Ray Paseur

In case you're interested in USA phone numbers, this has been studied a bit by PHP experts.  Here is how we do it.  Pro-tip: It's not as simple as finding numbers in the USA.
<?php // demo/validate_phone_numbers.php

/**
 * A FUNCTION TO VALIDATE A USA PHONE NUMBER AND RETURN A NORMALIZED STRING
 * MAN PAGE: http://discuss.fogcreek.com/joelonsoftware3/default.asp?cmd=show&ixPost=102667&ixReplies=15
 * MAN PAGE: http://www.nanpa.com/number_resource_info/index.html
 */
error_reporting(E_ALL);


function strtophone($phone, $format=FALSE, $letters=FALSE, $dlm='-')
{
    if ($letters)
    {
        // TURN INPUT LIKE 1-800-BIG-DOGS
        // INTO INPUT LIKE 1-800-244-3647
        $phone = strtoupper($phone);
        if (preg_match('/[A-Z]/', $phone))
        {
            $phone = strtr
            ( $phone
            , 'ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ'
            , '22233344455566677778889999'
            )
            ;
        }
    }

    // DISCARD NON-NUMERIC CHARACTERS
    $phone = preg_replace('/[^0-9]/', NULL, $phone);

    // DISCARD A LEADING '1' FROM NUMBERS ENTERED LIKE 1-800-555-1212
    if (substr($phone,0,1) == '1') $phone = substr($phone,1);

    // IF LESS THAN TEN DIGITS, IT IS INVALID
    if (strlen($phone) < 10) return FALSE;

    // IF IT STARTS WITH '0' OR '1' IT IS INVALID, SECOND DIGIT CANNOT BE '9' (YET)
    if (substr($phone,0,1) == '0') return FALSE;
    if (substr($phone,0,1) == '1') return FALSE;
    if (substr($phone,1,1) == '9') return FALSE;

    // ISOLATE THE COMPONENTS OF THE PHONE NUMBER
    $ac = substr($phone,0,3); // AREA
    $ex = substr($phone,3,3); // EXCHANGE
    $nm = substr($phone,6,4); // NUMBER
    $xt = substr($phone,10);  // EXTENSION

    // ADD OTHER TESTS HERE AS MAY BE NEEDED - THESE ARE FOR LOCAL APPS
    if ($ac == '900') return FALSE;
    if ($ac == '976') return FALSE;
    if ($ex == '555') return FALSE;

    // IF NOT FORMATTED
    if (!$format) return $phone;

    // STANDARDIZE THE PRINTABLE FORMAT OF THE PHONE NUMBER LIKE 212-555-1212-1234
    $formatted_phone = $ac . $dlm . $ex . $dlm . $nm;
    if ($xt != '') $formatted_phone .= $dlm . $xt;
    return $formatted_phone;
}



// DEMONSTRATION OF THE FUNCTION IN ACTION.
if (!empty($_GET["p"]))
{
    // VALIDATE PHONE USING FUNCTION ABOVE
    if (!$phone = strtophone($_GET["p"], TRUE))
    {
        // FUNCTION RETURNS FALSE IF PHONE NUMBER IS UNUSABLE
        echo "BOGUS: {$_GET["p"]} ";
    }
    else
    {
        // SHOW THE FORMATTED PHONE
        echo "VALID: {$_GET["p"]} == $phone";
    }
}


// PUT UP A FORM TO TEST PHONE NUMBERS
function ph($p)
{
    echo "<br/><a href=\"{$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']}?p=" . urlencode($p) . "\">$p</a>" . PHP_EOL;
}

$form = <<<EOD
<form>
ENTER A PHONE NUMBER:
<input name="p" /><br/>
<input type="submit" />
</form>
TRY SOME OF THESE (CLICK OR COPY AND PASTE):
EOD;

echo $form;

ph('1-800-5551212');
ph('202-537-7560');
ph('202 537 7560');
ph('1-202-537-7560');
ph('(202) 537-7560');
ph('1.202.537.7560');
ph('123456789');
ph('703-356-5300 x2048');
ph('(212) 555-1212');
ph('1 + (212) 555-1212');
ph('1 (292) 226-7000');

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