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How to write a Regex (Regular Expression) that matches the ITU E.123 and E.164 formats.
The SecureAuth Best Practices guide mentions that phone numbers should be formatted as per ITU E.123 and/or E.164:
Use the following regex:
This is comprised of 3 regular expressions combined:
matches a 1 to 3 digit country code followed by a space, then 2 to 3 digits, another space, another 2 to 3 digits a final space then 4 digits, e.g.:
+1 123 456 7890
+31 42 123 4567
matches the standard national US 3-3-4 number format. A 3 digit area code in brackets, followed by a space, then 3 more digits, followed by another space then 4 digits e.g.:
(112) 123 4567
Note the area code must be in brackets.
matches a 1 to 3 digit country code followed by a space then between 1 and 14 digits, optionally followed by another space and up to 13 further digits, e.g.:
+44 1234 567890
Note: E.164 allows for a maximum of 15 digits, up to 3 of which are the country code, therefor the second grouping of 14 digits can complete the number. The optional 13 characters are to allow for countries that traditionally have a space between their area code and the local number.
To enforce a Regex for a phone number field see this document:
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