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I would like to match a string separated by "/" followed by an expression like 1..100 and again string separated by "/" followed by 1..100, here is the string format.
here is my regular expression 
Regex regAppDH = new Regex(@"/String1/String2/String3/stirng4(\[[0-9]|[1-9][0-9]\])/string5/stirng6\[[0-9]|[1-9][0-9]\]")
This regular expression does not match after the first group expression ( before string5)  , can any body help to get this expression working.
stirng1,string2,string3,string4 and string5,string6 are alpha numeric and fixed. 


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Hi Friends.

I need your help, i've searched, a lot of tutorials, and found none that had one answer for me.

I'm using the regular expression validators to secure my web page. But i don't know how is the expressions that do this two things:

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Can you help me please?

Thank you very much.
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