Regular Expression needed - dollars with no cents

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I am trying to create a regular expression that matches numbers after a dollar sign but have no cents afterwards.

$33.92 - no match

$211 - match 211

This is what I have so far.

(?<=\$)\d+(?!\.)

Looking at this string...

Something $122.30 $45 $1.111

... it is CORRECTLY matching "45", but it is also matching "12".

I understand why it is wrong, but I don't know how to fix it.

Thanks

Advanced Search, Dollar value must have at least one digit and may or may not be comma Any other cent symbol would need to be added to the exclude to not match� Since we’re writing a check for zero cents, you’ll want to write and no/100 at the end of the dollar amount to specify the check is for zero cents. It also helps to fill in any blank space with a line through the middle of the space so no one can alter the amount the check is for by adding additional words. Step 5 – Add Any Memo Info

With PCRE engines ( PHP, etc.) you could use

\$\d+\.\d+(*SKIP)(*FAIL)|\$\d+

See a demo on regex101.com.


Broken down this reads:

\$\d+\.\d+(*SKIP)(*FAIL) # match any $123.3323223 format
                         # and "forget" the matches
|                        # or
\$\d+                    # match your desired format

Examples of Regular Expressions, This regular expression does not correct the above problem. Now at least one digit is required for the dollar amount and the cents are optional. We still have� Michael, I am looking for a regular expression that finds currency that will not require the leading dollar amount such as $.94 or$.25 as well as the others that this matches Thanks Phil Title: Re: regular expression

you can use that work with me (?<=\$)\d++(?!.)

Formatting Currency via Regular Expression (Example), A protip by bsimpson about ruby, regular expression, formatting, currency, ensures that the following characters do not match pat, but doesn't yet eliminates the need for more complex recursive function calls, or looping. Unfortunately it creates another problem, the regular expression matches with "$" because both the dollar and cents are now optional! \\$[0-9]+(\\.[0-9][0-9])? Now at least one digit is required for the dollar amount and the cents are optional. We still have the problem of leading zeroes and we also have the problem of no longer matching "$.25".

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Money with 7 digits and two decimal digits, Regular Expression to This regular expression accepts the following examples: 9999999.99 $9999999.99 Url checker with or without http:// or https:// This regular expression will match on a real / decimal / floating point / numeric string with no more than 2 digits past the decimal. The negative sign (-) is allowed. No leading zeroes or commas. It is based on a currency regular expression by Tom Persing.

Many currency expresssions allow leading zeros, thus $01.40 passes thru them. This expression kills them, except for 0 in the one's column. Works with or without commas and/or dollar sign. Decimals not mandatory, unless no zero in ones column and decimal point is placed. Allows $0.00 and .0 Keywords: money dollar currency

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