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How can I match a locale-smart version of /[a-zA-Z

 



Jasmine
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Mar 15, 2001, 5:59 AM

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How can I match a locale-smart version of /[a-zA-Z]/?

One alphabetic character would be /[^\W\d_]/, no matter what locale you're in. Non-alphabetics would be /[\W\d_]/ (assuming you don't consider an underscore a letter).


 
 


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