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I'm trying to validate input for floating number which max value is `1.0`

and min value is `0`

.

Min : 0 Max : 1

Possible values ;

0.1 0.99 0.365

how can i succeed it with regex?

As javascript regex literal:

/^(0(\.\d+)?|1(\.0+)?)$/

**Regex Match decimal number between 0 to 1,** Do: ^(?:0*(?:\.\d+)?|1(\.0*)?)$. 0*(?:\.\d+)? matches any number of 0 followed by one or digits. 1(\.0*)? matches 1 followed by a decimal point, and any number of� 6.10. Floating-Point Numbers Problem You want to match a floating-point number and specify whether the sign, integer, fraction and exponent parts of the number are required, optional, or disallowed. You … - Selection from Regular Expressions Cookbook, 2nd Edition [Book]

0(\.\d+)?|1\.0

The explanation:

0 # a zero (\.\d+)? # a dot and min 1 numeric digit - this is made optional by ? | # or 1\.0 # one, a dot and a zero

If you need this to match the whole sring then you will need the caret and the dollar signs that represent beginning of string and end of string, respectively like in `^(0(\.\d+)?|1\.0)$`

Also, if you want to look for possible negative numbers you will need to prepend an optional minus sign like in `^-?(0(\.\d+)?|1\.0)$`

. For exponentials the pattern needs to change, of course.

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This worked for me:

0+([.][0-9]+)?|1([.]0)?

Or did I miss anything? :)

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This RegEx should do just fine:

/((0(\.[0-9]*)?)|(1(\.0)?))/

Unless you plan on matching exponential form floating points.

**Advanced Search,** Change page: | Displaying page 1 of 2 pages; Items 1 to 20 Matches any unsigned floating point number/numeric string. [1-9]{1}[0-9]{0,}(\.[0-9]{0 Please remove all spaces from the input string before using this regex pattern. Check if a given string is a valid number (Integer or Floating Point) in Java | SET 2 (Regular Expression approach) Last Updated: 30-05-2018 In Set 1 , we have discussed general approach to check whether a string is a valid number or not.

That's it:

/^(0+\.?|0*\.\d+|0*1(\.0*)?)$/

**Quantifiers +, *, ? and {n},** To find numbers from 3 to 5 digits we can put the limits into curly alert( "100 10 1".match(/\d0+/g) ); // 100, 10 // 1 not matched, as 0+ They serve as the main “ building block” of complex regular expressions, so let's see more examples. Regexp for decimal fractions (a number with a floating point): \d+\.\d+. Let’s say we have a string like +7(903)-123-45-67 and want to find all numbers in it. But unlike before, we are interested not in single digits, but full numbers: 7, 903, 123, 45, 67. A number is a sequence of 1 or more digits \d. To mark how many we need, we can append a quantifier. Quantity {n}

**Floating point numbers,** Toggle navigation. RegEx Pal From Dan's Tools. Web Dev. HTML/JS/CSS Playground � HTML Color Codes � CSS Fonts � Online Diff Tool .htaccess Generator� I want to validate a number by regular expression. Here is the requirement. 1- It should be between 1 and 200. 2- maximum 2 floating point (e.g. 24.54 accepted but not 24.546) 3- the radix point can be either Dot or Comma (e.g. 29.45 - 29,45 both accepted) 4- can be intiger in this range also (e.g. 24 or 24.00)

**More Examples Of Regular Expressions,** We start with a simple yet non-trivial example: finding floating-point numbers Any sequence of digits before the period (if there is one) is allowed: [0-9]+\. Tip: To identify these substrings: just count the opening parentheses from left to right. The following code uses Python regex to match floating point numbers. 234.6789 0.45. Rajendra Dharmkar. Published on 10-Jan-2018 18:09:49. Previous Page Print Page.

**JavaScript : Checking for Floating numbers,** JavaScript: HTML Form validation - checking for Floating point numbers 7.2935 ; -12.72; 1/2 contains a number with no exponent, mandatory integer and fraction and optional sign we use a regular expression /^[-+]?[0-9]+\. The tables are meant to serve as an accelerated regex course, and they are meant to be read slowly, one line at a time. On each line, in the leftmost column, you will find a new element of regex syntax. The next column, "Legend", explains what the element means (or encodes) in the regex syntax.

##### Comments

- Any reason why you are doing it with Regex? And even then, what have you tried?
- Is scientific notation acceptable (1.2e-1)? Is the leading zero required (e.g., is .123 okay)? Is a sign okay (+0.5)?
- tring to learn regex @Rohit
- Is this validate (the string only contains the number and you want to check) or matching (finding the substring matching the regex)? The solution will be slightly different.
- @tylerdurden If you're trying to learn regex (
*or anything*), asking questions that really only have concrete, final answers won't help much. I think the read, try, fail, repeat until success method is more appropriate here; perhaps followed up with a question of "*I got X working, but why tried Y and it doesn't, why?*" - I have also made the
`.0`

optional for`1`

. Besides that, great solution. - Also matches negative values
`1.0`

<-- Miss something- This will also match
`1.9`

. - does not match with boundaries?
- Too many unnecessary stuff, and lacking the important anchors:
`^(0\.\d*|1\.0)$`

You also forgot`0`

and`1`

.