JavaScript RegExp [^0-9] Expression

RegExp Object Reference JavaScript RegExp Object

Example

Do a global search for the numbers that are NOT 1 to 4 in a string:

var str = "123456789";
var patt1 = /[^1-4]/g;

The marked text below shows where the expression gets a match:

123456789

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Definition and Usage

The [^0-9] expression is used to find any digit NOT between the brackets.

The digits inside the brackets can be any numbers or span of numbers from 0 to 9.

Tip: Use the [0-9] expression to find any digit between the brackets.


Browser Support

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The [^0-9] expression is supported in all major browsers.


Syntax

new RegExp("[^0-9]")

or simply:

/[^0-9]/

Syntax with modifiers

new RegExp("[^0-9]","g")

or simply:

/\[^0-9]/g

More Examples

Example

Do a global search for numbers that are NOT "1" in a string:

var str = "12121212";
var patt1 = /[^1]/g;

The marked text below shows where the expression gets a match:

12121212

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Example

Do a global search for numbers that are NOT 5 to 8 in a string:

var str = "123456789";
var patt1 = /[^5-8]/g;

The marked text below shows where the expression gets a match:

123456789

Try it yourself »

RegExp Object Reference JavaScript RegExp Object

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