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I am creating a form for my website that simply asks for a Name, username and phone number. I am really good at writting html and have that part of it done. I have a basic understanding of javascript and want to have the javascript validate the form before it is submitted.

I want only letters in the name field. For the password I only want 8 characters total that starts with a letter, includes at least 2 numbers, and has no spaces. For the phone number I only want numbers.

Can anyone help me by putting me on the right track? Thanks!
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What you want to do can be accomplished by writing javascript functions using regular expressions. Following are some references that may help you out:
JavaScript RegExp Object - Using Regular Expressions with Client Side Scripting
Core JavaScript 1.5 Guide:Regular Expressions - MDC


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