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Collection of regex patterns commonly used in Zimbabwe. Regex patterns include mobile numbers, passports, vehicle license plates, driver's license, email addresses and passwords

LocalRegex #

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This plugin allows developers to check if an input matches common regex patterns in Zimbabwe and other countries. This plugin works for all Flutter supported platforms i.e. Android, iOS, Web and Desktop (Linux, Windows & MacOS).

Developed by Ngonidzashe Mangudya. Special shoutout to Kudakwashe Kuzvindiwana & Donald Chinhuru for pushing this package the most.

Usage #

Add dependency #

dependencies:
  localregex: <version>

Or #

flutter pub add localregex

Import package #

  import 'package:localregex/localregex.dart';

Note that declaration and initialization is no longer necessary

Check if a mobile number matches patterns for Econet, Netone or Telecel numbers #

LocalRegex.isNetone('mobile_number');
LocalRegex.isEconet('mobile_number');
LocalRegex.isTelecel('mobile_number');

Check if a mobile number matches any of the patterns for Econet, Netone or Telecel #

LocalRegex.isZimMobile('mobile_number');
LocalRegex.isValidMobile('mobile_number');

Check if Zimbabwean landline number is valid #

LocalRegex.isZimLandline('landline_number');

Check if a supplied email matches proper email patterns #

LocalRegex.isEmail('email_address');

Check if a supplied national id matches the pattern for Zimbabwean national id #

LocalRegex.isZimID('national_id');

Check passport number #

LocalRegex.isZimPassport('passport_number');

Check number plate #

LocalRegex.isZimNumberPlate('number_plate');

Check driver's license #

LocalRegex.isZimDriversLicence('drivers_license');

Check URL #

LocalRegex.isUrl("https://www.google.com");

Check phone number and returns phone number in required format (for use with Zim numbers only) #

String? number = '+263777213388'.formatNumber(formatType: FormatType.regular);

Check if password is valid (minimum of 8 characters, at least 1 special character, 1 capital letter, 1 numeric character) #

LocalRegex.isPassword('your_password');

Mobile Number Format Types #

Regular #

This is the general format of mobile numbers e.g. 0777213388

FormatType.regular

Country Code #

This is the mobile number format with country code but no + sign e.g. 263777213388

FormatType.countryCode

Country Code Plus #

This is the mobile number format with country code and + sign e.g. +263777213388

FormatType.countryCodePlus

Format National ID #

Here the output format to be used is 11-223344 K 55 as found on most national identity documents in Zimbabwe

'11223344K55'.formatID(formatType: IdFormatType.proper); // > 11-223344 K 55

School Student IDs #

You can validate Student IDs for multiple tertiary institutions in Zimbabwe.

LocalSchools.hit.isStudent('studentID')

Contributors #


Ngonidzashe Mangudya

Kudakwashe Kuzvindiwana

Donald Chinhuru
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Collection of regex patterns commonly used in Zimbabwe. Regex patterns include mobile numbers, passports, vehicle license plates, driver's license, email addresses and passwords

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