Timothy Hunter wrote:
> J. mp wrote:
>>>> user.name ->valid
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>>
>>
>>   
> 
> /\A[[:alpha:]][-_.[:alpha:]]{3,28}[[:alpha:]]\z/
> 
>> basically I want allow the same pattern allowed for emails but before 
>> the @ char :)
>>
>>   
> The above regexp does not do this. Certainly you can have numbers in
> your email address, for example. Basically anything is allowed before
> the @. Google "regular expression email address" for extensive
> discussions about this.

It works well.
 Thanks a lot

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