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Thread: HELP! Server side validation for phone number

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    Default HELP! Server side validation for phone number

    Hello, my name is Yuni. I need help in my assignment! Hope any kind soul could help me solve my problem!

    My problem is that whenever I type alphabet into the contact number field, there will be error. How could I solve the error by typing what code?
    I can validate the minimum input length and client side coding, but I do not know how to code in order to prevent error when typing in invalid answer.

    Below is an example of the error if I type "a" into [contact no] field.


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    What should I do???

    I posted on other forums... they didnt reply me.. I was wondering is it because i provide lack of information??

    Thanks


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    Default Re: HELP! Server side validation for phone number

    is it because i provide lack of information??
    You need to show the lines of code that are checking the contents of the number field.

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    Default Re: HELP! Server side validation for phone number

    Simply check if all chars are numbers?

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    Default Re: HELP! Server side validation for phone number

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    SORRY, I NEED SERVER SIDE VALIDATION FOR NUMBER FOR NETBEANS JSP , BUT NOT NETBEANS JAVA PROGRAMMING. THANKS!

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    Default Re: HELP! Server side validation for phone number

    lol? Isnt it comedy when people cannot tell the difference between java and website scripting

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    Default Re: HELP! Server side validation for phone number

    As Norm pointed out, you've provided next to no information, so I'm not sure how you expect to get advice without any context to the question. Suggested reading: How To Ask Questions The Smart Way

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