I recently was thrown back in to the RegEx world( haven't used it since freshman year of college). I pretty much forgot everything so I need some help/guidance.
A)- We have this system that make everyone change their password frequently. This system also has some annoying requirement:
B) Is there a way to create one long regex to validate all of the above? If so, I can move on to the next set of validation. Which I can do in nintex forms:
Here I will create 3 columns
The validation from A) will be checked to first name, last name and previous password.
I have been trying to figure this out on my own but I am throwing in the towel.
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Wow, that's really not easy !
I have several questions about your requirements :
oh sorry! Um so that means that they cannot have repeating characters. So Apple201 will not work, Aple2016 will. The same goes for numbers, you cannot have Jake1111
Passwords that will not work
Jake1111- Repeating numbers
Apple102- Repeating characters
Jump123- Consecutive numbers
Blue201- Does not meet password length requirement
to check for repeating characters:
(?!.*(.)\2) Negative Lookahead - Assert that it is impossible to match the regex below