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    Question & Answer Verification

    what should I enter into "Regular Expression" if the answer includes "Yes, YES, yes, YeS, yES, yEs" ?

    I cannot understand http://au2.php.net/manual/en/book.pcre.php

    what is the string for numerals ? eg 2010 , any 3 figure number ?
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    enter "yes"

    This is from the Help box when you enter the answer:
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    • #3
      Don't screw with regexp. Just use "yes and Yes". You don't want people that are too stupid to answer yEs to the question! I dunno, isn't the answer case insensitive? So just use "yes".

      Personally, I'd pick a slightly harder question - one that requires them to choose more than a 50/50 answer.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lynne View Post
        enter "yes"

        This is from the Help box when you enter the answer:
        thanks

        solved
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