Regular expression for value does not contain a fullstop

DaveReynolds117
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At the moment  my expresssion is  "{*value}"

How do i change this to say does not contian a full stop?
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Commented:
Try this.
[^\.]*value
Fernando SotoRetired
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That Regex pattern does not look like a valid expression. Can you explain what you are trying to use it for?
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I agree with Fernando:  Normally curly braces are escaped when they are not a part of a quantifier, and it is unclear as to whether you are intending on there being a literal star or if you meant "zero or more". Please clarify your rules for matching.
Fernando SotoRetired
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Please see this link on using routes.MapPageRoute method. This is not a Regex pattern, "{*value}".

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Thanks for everyones help and appologies for the confusion here

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