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TruClient: Using regular expression in Id method Javascript

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I am trying to use regular expression in the evalXpath, but it is not recognizing. Can you guys let me know whats wrong in the below format? or how to use regex here to capture any phone number.

'evalXPath("(//input[@type=\"text\" and @value=\"(650) 825-6805\"])[1]");
Try 1:
evalXPath("(//input[@type=\"text\" and @value=\"/(^(\+\d{1,2}\s)?\(?\d{3}\)?[\s.-]\d{3}[\s.-]\d{4}$\"])/)[1]");
Try 2:
evalXPath("(//input[@type=\"text\" and @value=\"(^(\+\d{1,2}\s)?\(?\d{3}\)?[\s.-]\d{3}[\s.-]\d{4}$\"]))[1]");
Try 3:
evalXPath("(//input[@type=\"text\" and @value=\"contains(^(\+\d{1,2}\s)?\(?\d{3}\)?[\s.-]\d{3}[\s.-]\d{4}$\"]))[1]");

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Re: TruClient: Using regular expression in Id method Javascript

I do not think that the = operator on an attribute works with an regular expression.

Checkout this discussion on finding attributes based on regular expressions in XPath. Note sure which version TruClient uses for XPath expressions.

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