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Hello, can someone check this for me?
I’m doing this practice and here are the rules to check using regex:
1. Usernames can only use alpha-numeric characters. 2. The only numbers in the username have to be at the end. There can be zero or more of them at the end. Username cannot start with the number. 3. Username letters can be lowercase and uppercase. 4. Usernames have to be at least two characters long. A two-character username can only use alphabet letters as characters.
So I have made my code as shown below:
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let username = "Z97"; let userCheck = /^[a-z][a-z]\D*\d*$/i; // Change this line let result = userCheck.test(username); let check = username.match(userCheck); console.log(result); console.log(check);
But then in the checklist of the practice, there is a check that requires “Z97” to be passed, which goes against Rule No.4. My code was disqualified because of it.
And then there is a check that “A1” is not to be passed, which is correct regarding Rule No.4. If I turn the 2nd character check to be [/w] then this check rejects my code (as it should do).
I can bypass this by fixing the 2nd character check to be [a-z9] but I think it’s a typo. Can someone check it or is it intended?
If it’s a typo can someone fix it, please?
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Challenge: Regular Expressions - Restrict Possible Usernames
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