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C# Regex

How can I match only letters and spaces? I've come up with [^A-Za-z] but I can't figure out spaces

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5/19/2020 12:28:32 AM

Daniel Cooper

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^[a-zA-Z\s]*$ ^ means start of the string \s means spaces *$ means all what is in brackets till the last element of the string, last element also included

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Sebastian Pacurar \s matches any white space character including spaces, tabs, line breaks..

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Thanks guys, but I literally forgot about String.Split(), lol. I got it all figured out. Didn't even need to worry about spaces.

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([A-Za-z ])+ A-Z matches character from A to Z a-z matches character from a-z matches space character [] matches any character in the set + matches one or more of the preceding token https://regexr.com/54si4