>I'm using a regular expression (below) to check phone numbers.  I'm getting
>an error that I can't make sense of.
>$regex = "^((\(\d{3}(\) -))?*\d{3}(- )\d{4},?*)+$";
>Output I'm getting =
>Warning: REG_BADRPT in /home/basemen/public_html/verify_order.php on line 28
>Anyone know what this means?  I know it's not bitching about the phone
>number, it's bitching about the expression.  But why?  Some thing wrong with
>the expression?  It works fine in PERL, which this is supposed to be
>compatible with.

For starters, if Perl wants \ PHP needs \\ since \ is special in both

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