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C# Price Validation using regular expression other way

更多 发布于:2016-05-30 21:31
As part of my work,I need to read price values from Excel sheet . I need to implement Prices: Non-numeric characters in Price not allowed price should be valid number for price like int,decimal,double etc like 10,10.00,10,233 valid, -10,-10.00,-10,2333.00 etc are invalid Prices: Price format (dots, comma's, decimals) Zero and negative price values are not allowed Need to check price value type (number type like int,float,decimal etc but will save in database in money format) What datatype I should we choose for Price ? decimal or double or anyother ? In database I took database field type as money.

I do not think you need any regex if you just need to validate price numbers in C#. I'd suggest using Decimal type, here you can find why. The Decimal class contains a static TryParse method that can be used to validate numbers as valid decimal numbers. Here is a slightly modified example from MSDN (I decided to go with InvariantCulture, but it depends on whether your DB contains currencies in EN-US format or not): var validated = false;
decimal number;
// Parse currency value using current culture.
var value = "1,097.63";
var style = System.Globalization.NumberStyles.Number;
var culture = System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture;
if (!Decimal.TryParse(value, style, culture, out number))
    if (number > 0)    // Check if the value is not negative or zero
        validated = true;










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