|$input =~ /[0-9]/;
$input =~ /\d/;
checks to see if $input
contains a digit anywhere in the string so that all of the following will match:
if you want to insure that the string contains only one digit in it you can do something like the following (it will be true as long as only one thing is a digit no more no less
$input =~ /^\D*\d\D*$/;
on the other hand if you want to make sure the only thing in $input
is a single digit then the following will work:
$input =~ /^\d$/
which breaks down to finding the following pattern, the ^
anchors that the match starts at the start of the line, and the $
makes sure that the \d
is the last thing in the line before the newline character(if it exists).
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