Hi all. Working with perl 5.8.8 on RHEL5
I am working on the remaining fine details of a completed script. One detail is to validate user input in a field of a cgi form.
That field is to contain only SR#######. That is, the 1st character is upper case 'S', the 2nd character is upper case 'R', the remaining 7 characters are numbers, 0-9. Length of the field is = 9, not lower not higher.
I can test for ^SR, I can test for length = 9, but how can I test for '^SR followed by 7 number characters'?
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