Regular expression for validating multiple email

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It also allows a single email address that doesn't end in semicolon. You can change the final * by to require at least one address.

Important note: as states in the comment by Martin, if there are additional text before or after the correct email address list, the validation will not fail. To make it work as a validator you need to add Why not just split on the semicolon and then validate each potential email address using your existing regexp ?

Writing one huge regexp is going to be very difficult and a maintenance nightmare, I suspect. For example, most TLDs are now using Unicode domain names, which are quite common in Europe.

Regular expression for validating multiple email

I have seen many comments saying that the expressions in question do not work for certain cases and that they are either too strict or too permissive.

What I'm looking for is a regular expression that I can use in my C# code that is definitive.

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After a quick research on the Stackoverflow, I wasn't able to find any solution for the multiple email validation using regex (split JS function is not applicable, but some reason back-end of the application waits for a string with emails separated by var email = "[A-Za-z0-9\._%-] @[A-Za-z0-9\.-] \.[A-Za-z]"; var re = new Reg Exp('^' email '(;\\n*' email ')*;?

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