A maximum of 10 digits can be used as an integer, with two decimal places [closed]


I am pretty new about regex validation. So I would like to asking a maximum of 10 digits can be used as an integer, with two decimal places reserved.

valid numbers;

45353.45
12.2
123212465432.56

invalid number;

56.787
1.9897646

Source: Vue – Stack Overflow

November 25, 2021
Category : News
Tags: javascript | regex | Vue.js

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