On Tuesday, 6 February 2018 at 20:30:42 UTC, Steven Schveighoffer
The regex in question I think is to ensure an email address
like email@example.com has a valid IP address. The D1 function
doesn't support that requirement.
An invalid IP is not necessarily an invalid email though.
You'd be surprised how much __garbage__ a valid email actually
Generally the best way to validate an email is just to check if
there is a value before @ and a value after.
The real way to validate an email is to check if the email exists
on a SMTP server, BUT some SMTP servers will not provide such
information (Such as gmail I think?) and thus you can't really
rely on that either.