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I've got a somewhat cumbersome function that looks like this.

Code:

parseCSVLine = function (line)
{
var tmp = [];
var inQuote = false;

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I'm trying to take the value of a file input field, parse it down to the file name and write the contents into a table cell.

It works, but my regEx isn't quite right

Can someone tell me what's wrong with it?

basically I need everything from the end of the string to the last

right now the expression evaluates to true, not the string.

Code:

<script>
function storeIt(){
var filePath = document.getElementById('Browse').value;
var fileRegExp = /*.*$/;
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document.getElementById('fileTitle').innerHTML = fileName;
}
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I'm using the expression in the replace function like this:
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The line of code I am changing is like this:
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Although both the above expr. gives same result. (RegExp.match() gives
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Yes, but different matches r shown (using RegExp.exec())

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which is use to validate phone numbers (UK at the moment)

this works ok, but wont allow - (Dashes) which i need..

tried doing:

function telValid(inString) {
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So, both

[URL]

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Windows Internet Explorer
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I've used the following expression to validate comma delimited lists, but
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Going further, I want to generalize and use a JavaScript variable containing
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