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I want to check if a particular User name is within a-z characters.No special characters or are allowed.So how to write test script.I want to use ^ and write the script.Please help.Thanks.
Hi Charles.Thanks a lot.I dont understand how it works.Why is that ^ and square brackets used there.Can you explain please? Thank you.
The "^" can be explained in Chapter 25 "Regular Expressions" in the WinRunner's User's Guide
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