I have also added an Extension method in this project to validate Date and Time using a simple Regular Expression, for better validation I suggest change the Regular Expression to match your specific needs.I am not explaining the code for this project as each part is explained in details in the posts I mentioned above, but please do feel free to ask any questions in the comment section below and I will try to answer as soon as I can.Regexes are not a magic wand you wave at every problem that happens to involve strings.You probably want to use existing code that has already been written, tested, and debugged.So, this would be the prerequisites: without repeating match groups or catastrophic back tracking? Edit: I'd like to clarify that this is not meant for a real-world implementation; for that, the built-in library in your language, which is most likely available should be used.
This post is very much a combination of my three previous posts (Silverlight Query String using Try Parse() method, Validate GUID in Silverlight – Parse GUID in C# and Extension methods in Silverlight and C#) to demonstrate all these great features in one place.I know it's because of the % sign, so how do I translate this thru, so that the following page picks up the percent sign?*** Sent via Developersdex I am passing a sql string thru my querystring for the next page to capture. str=select * from table where name like '%doe%' Passing a basic string works fine.URLEncode(Your SQLString) it will encode certaint characters so they make it over ok...you dont have to worry about decoding it as the request object takes care of that "Joey Martin" I am passing a sql string thru my querystring for the next page to capture. str=select * from table where name like '%doe%' Passing a basic string works fine.