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Regular expression for only alphabetics

 
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Hi All,

I need to check only alphabets for that i used regular expression as .
But it is accepting numbers also can any one help me getting regular expression for validating only alphabets..

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Punam Purohit
 
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But it is accepting numbers also


Really ? How are you using it ?
 
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Christophe Verré wrote:

But it is accepting numbers also


Really ? How are you using it ?



I was using it as below:

and it gave me true....
yeah... I got it done using this expression:
 
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Nothing remotely related to GWT.
Moving thread.
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Purohit Punam wrote:
yeah... I got it done using this expression:



Another option is to use the matches() method (instead of the find() method). With that, it must match the whole string, and your regex doesn't need to have "^" and "$" as part of it.

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