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RegEx to Validate IDs and exclude underscore
I have been trying to formulate a RegEx to validate the textbox to have either 6 numbers or 7 numbers, either two numbers or three numbers, one number or three numbers. The first two digit should be numeric and not an underscore, the rest should also be numeric. I have managed to come up with this so far:
And this for numbers within the proper range:
But I need help combining the two together.
Examples of the textbox are:
Your first regex should also work. Just add the code to validate the underscore after the last digit in the regex.
Here is a link to the Demo
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What is an efficient way to perform
I want to access the console (or logs, etc) from the container, so that I can perform some actions and update my dockerfile and reapply it to the container, rather than having to spin up a new container for the updated changes.
You can use docker logs command to see the logs of your container:
docker logs -f
From the help message:
-f, –follow Follow log messages stream until completed
In your case, you can type:
docker logs -f [container_name]
For example, I am using it for a web service, and there is a specific log file that I want to see, so I use the option -f to see the logs that have occurred while the container is executing.
So, in your case, you can use docker logs -f [container_name] to see the log of your container.
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