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The first comment on this answer about the "Complicator's Gloves" is a good read... I'm not the original author, but I think it's well worth sharing as I found this problem to be very complex and without a concise or widely useful answer.

sometimes the answer to a problem is to approach it differently. The following regex will catch widely used number and character combinations in a variety of global phone number formats: Positive: 42 555.123.4567 1-(800)-123-4567 567 7(926)1234567 (926) 1234567 792612345567 9261234567 1234567 123-4567 123-89-567 469 123 45 67 89261234567 8 (926) 1234567 926.123.4567 415-555-1234 650-555-2345 (416)555-3456 2 4035555678 1 4 Negative: 926 3 4 8 800 600-APPLE Original source: I believe the Number:: Phone:: US and Regexp:: Common (particularly the source of Regexp:: Common:: URI:: RFC2806) Perl modules could help.

Even go so far as to point out WHAT did not check out in the regexp check, but do NOT stop them from submitting the form.

But keep in mind that one should not rely only upon Java Script validation. This should be validated on the server side as well.

Unfortunately, all it does is match valid numbers in a date time input, and 31st Feb will be marked as valid, but as so many have said, regex really isn't the best tool to do this test.

This should be combined with good regex [email protected] Q I disagree. After reading through these answers, it looks like there wasn't a straightforward regular expression that can parse through a bunch of text and pull out phone numbers in any format (including international with and without the plus sign).

The original problem is trying to handle phone number validation because it was trying to handle all the possible formatting options. Here's a regex for a 7 or 10 digit number, with extensions allowed, delimiters are spaces, dashes, or periods: ^(? Here's what I used for a client project recently, where we had to convert all phone numbers in any format to tel: links.

A library of regular expressions: So yes, you have to add a method for each regular expression.

The overhead is minimal, while it allows you to give the regex a name (not to be underestimated), a default message (handy) and the ability to reuse it a various places, without duplicating the regex itself over and over. Otherwise it would start validating from the position of the last match with that regex, even if the subject string is different.