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FAQ: Learn HTML: Form Validation - Matching a Pattern

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For those having a hard time with regular expressions, I’d recommend https://regexone.com/

It’s an interactive tutorial to teach you the basics of regular expressions. The tutorial could have been better, but it’s more approachable than the overwhelming complete list of regular expressions as in the MDN documentation.

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