Regular expression for validating email
The follow snippet is a function I use to validate email addresses.
First go to your html file and paste the following code : Here, I have a simple form.
It has an onsubmit event attached to a function called validate() that we are going to create later inside this form there are three inputs one for our phone number another one is for postal codes and the third and the last one is a submit button that is going to submit the form after we are done filling it. It contains only the code that validates the phone number.
If it doesn't find any matches then it will fail the validation and the function will return false, if the match returns true then the email will be of a correct format and the function will return true.
With the vast amount of complex, but valid email addresses that exist today, the only way to truly tell if an email address is valid is to send the email and see if it bounces.
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