There are two keys to understanding why the automatic fallback works consistently in all major browsers: (unless "foo" is a recognized input type or "bar" is a recognized attribute of the input element).
A regular expression can be used to identify duplicated words, as the following example shows.
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Options alter the overall regex matching behavior and, you guessed it, Ignore Case turns off regex's default case sensitivity.
Hello, I have a regular expression to validate email addresses: "\w ([- .]\w )*@\w ([-.]\w )*\.\w ([-.]\w )*" Now I need to force all emails to be from a given domain, for example, accept only: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] ....
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