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The following expressions will validate the number of days in a month but will NOT handle leap year validation; hence february can have 29 days every year, but not more. A SIN should also be validated by computing the checksum digit.
This regex will tolerate the form XXX XXX XXX, XXXXXXXX or XXX-XXX-XXX. Since every part of a path is separated by a \ character, we only need to find the last one.
Note that there's just no way to check if the last portion of a path is a file or a directory just by the name alone.
You could try to match for an extension, but there's no requirement for a file to have an extension.
So .*[ ].* would mean a space surrounded by any other characters Square brackets  match any of the alternative characters within them ^ (as first character inside the square brackets) means "NOT these characters" \w means word-characters, i.e.
A-Za-z0-9 and _ Certain characters like [ and ] need to be escaped with a \ for more info see Wikipedia regular expressions Thanks so much Luigi for such detailed explanation. With the code snippet that you have given, I can perform the check on individual file name or folder name.
In the case of including the "\" character in the regular expression, you will need to escape both of them, so you have "\\".
I have a cms Im building where the user can enter the name of a file, enter content and then click Save where the file is created on the server.
There are probably dozens of way to format a phone number.
Your user interface should take care of the formatting problem by having a clear documentation on the format and/or split the phone into parts (area, exchange, number) and/or have an entry mask.
etc., but that gives trouble to my code running on Windows machine.
So, I would like to write a piece of code that checks for the presence of special characters (pretty much everything other than a-z, A-Z, 0-9, _, -) in the file path or file name; and accordingly perform rest of the activities.