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Query regarding syntax.

 

Wishing to match 1+10-digit or just 10-digit in a single statement.

 

The following works for matching NANP possible digits dialed:

 

(1[0-9]{10})@.*|([0-9]{10})@.*

 

 

Why doesn't the following work:

(1?[0-9]{10}@.*

 

 

Thanks for any hints or tips for a REGEXP match for NANP.

 

-Krom

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Query regarding syntax.

 

Wishing to match 1+10-digit or just 10-digit in a single statement.

 

The following works for matching NANP possible digits dialed:

 

(1[0-9]{10})@.*|([0-9]{10})@.*

Why doesn't the following work:

(1?[0-9]{10}@.*

Thanks for any hints or tips for a REGEXP match for NANP.

 

-Krom

 

Any updates to this question, I am having the same issue... Thanks

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(1[0-9]{10})@.*|([0-9]{10})@.*

 

This pattern has the problem that the 2nd pattern group will be in the replacement parameter \2. You probably want "(1[0-9]{10}|[0-9]{10})@.*".

 

(1?[0-9]{10}@.*

 

There is a closing bracket missing.

 

You can also try 1xxxxxxxxxxx|xxxxxxxxxxx.

 

ERE are fun. If possible stay with the simplified patterns...

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