I use the above code to leave only numeric characters in an input value I would also like to allow and -. How would I modify the regex to allow this? Help much appreciated. Everybody who works coding something must use Regular Expressions (RegEx) at least once in a lifetime. They can be used for a lot of things but my favorite will be always matching and removing characters from a string.Did you like the article? What is regular expression for numeric value till 2 decimal places? I am new to regular expression.This number is usually called unsigned integer, but you can also call it a positive non-fractional number, include zero. This includes numbers like 0, 1 and 99999. I need for text like "joe (3,004.50)" to be filtered down to 3004.50 but am terrible at regex and cant find a suitable solution.How do I remove the non-numeric character from a string in java? 2009-10-07. Use MODI OCR To Process Checkboxes (non Alpha Non Numeric Characters/items)? Using Regex To Extract Between Two Characters?But I look for something simpler or if already a function like that exists. I cannot use IsNumeric or IsDigit because it returns numbers to True with point or comma. So use a regular expression like this very simple shorthand for non-space charactersSee Henry Spencers reply in tcl 8.2 regexp not doing non-greedy matching correctly , comp.
lang.tcl, 1999-09-20.Matching a group of strings. Sqlite Numeric Literal. cReplace non-numeric with empty string 2015-07-17. Quick add on requirement in our project. A field in our DB to hold a phone number is set to only allow 10 characters.I have this string seen here and I want it to become something like this. I have tried regex with w460, (w460), w.0 but nothing works First well look at REGEXPLIKE and use this to introduce the basic means of specifying regular expressions.The following expression is one way of searching for all-numeric data. Ive been trying to figure out how to remove multiple non-alphanumeric or non-numeric characters, or return only the numeric characters from a string.