Ideally, the API would take the free text value and a country code and produce a valid international phone number or throw an exception.For example, a phone number in the system might look like any of the following: Given the country of US, the API would produce the value "+1 (555) 478-1123" for all these.The exact format does not matter, as long as it's consistent.

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I have a database with millions of phone numbers with free-for-all formatting.

Ie, the UI does not enforce any constraints and the users are typing in whatever they want.

What I'm looking for is a Java API that can make a best-effort to convert these into a consistent format.

plz check out the following thread which deal with the same scenario of date validation using javascript :- check Dt(fld) { var mo, day, yr; var entry = fld.value; var re Long = /\b\d{1,2}[\/-]\d{1,2}[\/-]\d{4}\b/; var re Short = /\b\d{1,2}[\/-]\d{1,2}[\/-]\d{2}\b/; var valid = (re Long.test(entry)) || (re Short.test(entry)); if (valid) { var delim Char = (entry.index Of("/") ! "/" : "-"; var delim1 = entry.index Of(delim Char); var delim2 = Index Of(delim Char); mo = parse Int(entry.substring(0, delim1), 10); day = parse Int(entry.substring(delim1+1, delim2), 10); yr = parse Int(entry.substring(delim2+1), 10); // handle two-digit year if (yr threshold) { yr += curr Cent - 100; } else { yr += curr Cent; } } var test Date = new Date(yr, mo-1, day); if (test Date() == day) { if (test Month() + 1 == mo) { if (test Full Year() == yr) { // fill field with database-friendly format fld.value = mo + "/" + day + "/" + yr; return true; } else { alert("Check the year entry."); } } else { alert("Check the month entry."); } } else { alert("Check the date entry."); } } else { alert("Invalid date format. can u plz tell me wht to do if my textbox date value is in the form dd-MM-yyyy.

Enter as mm/dd/yyyy."); } return false; } I have a similar problem. actually i had tried the code for same but it's not working..... // Function to validate dates before processing function date Validation() { var obj = Element By Id("departdate"); var day = obj.value.split("/")[0]; var month = obj.value.split("/")[1]; var year = obj.value.split("/")[2]; if ((day12)&&(year.length ! =year) || (dt plz check this code.....it's nt working...

I want to have a text box on a page that the user can enter any date in MM/DD/YYYY format and then upon submit it would take then to another page that would tell them how many days till Christmas is. = 4)) { alert("Invalid Format");return false; } else { var dt = new Date(year, month-1, day); var today = new Date(); if((Date() ! Actually i m getting the value in textbox from datepicker.

How can I get what the user enter as the date to the second page as the current date? var Today=new Date("July 30, 2009"); var This Day=Date(); var This Month=Month()+1; var This Year=Full Year(); var Days Left=Xmas Days(Today); var Month Name=Month Txt(This Month); document.write("Today is "+Month Name+" "+This Day+" Hi, Thanks for ur approach,thats working fine. And the date the date picker provide is in the form of dd/MM/yyyy i.e 23/3/2010.

onclientclick event of button i need to validate the textbox value ( mm/dd/yyyy format) should be less than or equal to Current Date using Javascript.

validation using javascript when press on enter button.

Thanks Sriniavs current Date ) { str Err Msg = str Err Msg + "your custom error message \n"; int Flag++; } // Display error message if a field is not completed if (int Flag !

= 0) { alert (str Err Msg); return false; } else return true; } //-- Hi Srinivas , Validating date in javascript is not a straightforward job specially when you have a different date format than compared with that of javascript .