[ale] Need quick REGEXP help

Yu, Jerry jerry.yu at Voicecom.com
Tue Feb 10 13:40:55 EST 2004

 if ( $input =~ /^\d+$/  and $input >= 1 and $input <= 999 ) {
    print "valid input ($input)\n";
} else { print "please retry your input\n" }

-----Original Message-----
From: Hogg, Russell E. [mailto:Russell.Hogg at opm.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 12:50 PM
To: 'Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts'
Subject: [ale] Need quick REGEXP help

Any REGEXrs lsitening? 

Match 1 thru 999 
Whole numbers 
Not 0 
Not 1000 

1 thru 999 

russell.hogg at opm.gov 

-----Original Message----- 
From: matty91 at bellsouth.net [ mailto:matty91 at bellsouth.net
<mailto:matty91 at bellsouth.net> ] 
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 12:41 PM 
To: Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts 
Subject: Re: [ale] GNU/Zebra 

On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, BruceG wrote: 

> Hey all, 
>       Has anyone on this list messed with the Zebra project? I have been 
> thinking about picking up a few Cisco 25xx routers for testing 
> (already have ccna/ccda 
> - want to get ccnp/ccdp) - and thought that Zebra would be cool in the
> Basically, it does RIPV1, IPV2, OSPF and BGP4 routing, and the command set

> looks awfully similar to the Cisco IOS command set. 
>       Anyway - anyone play with that? Any experience? Good, bad, 
> indifferent? 

We used it to distribute OSPF routes to several network devices. Works

> Regards, Bruce _______________________________________________ 
> Ale mailing list 
> Ale at ale.org 
> http://www.ale.org/mailman/listinfo/ale
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