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Alnum validator #114

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ramirovjr opened this Issue Feb 13, 2013 · 6 comments

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@ramirovjr

The Alnum validator is not respecting the additional chars param.

If I do both:

<?php
use \Respect\Validation\Validator as v;

v::alnum('#')->validate('abc 123 #'); // returns false
(new \Respect\Validation\Rules\Alnum('#'))->validate('abc 123 #'); // returns false
@cloudson

@ramirovjr which version are you using?
right here

v::alnum('#')->validate('abc 123 #'); // returns false

returns true. I'm using version 0.4.4 with php 5.4.6 and php 5.3.9 .

@ramirovjr

I'm using the trunk version, but I need to recheck. I'll do it later.

@alganet
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alganet commented Feb 20, 2013

Let us know if you need anything!

@nickl- nickl- added a commit that closed this issue Feb 22, 2013
@nickl- nickl- Fix #114 Respect additionalChars f1f9bc0
@nickl- nickl- closed this in f1f9bc0 Feb 22, 2013
@eedithz
eedithz commented May 28, 2015

Hi, can you reopen this issue? I am trying

v::alnum("@")->validate("my@email.com")

but it return false.

@henriquemoody
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@eedithz, no need to reopen, your validation is not passing because you also have a . which is not an alphanumeric character.

@eedithz
eedithz commented May 29, 2015

Ah, silly me.. thanks for your answer..

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