When you are writing regular expressions, there are instances where you need to validate if one or more characters exist in the string being evaluated. Regular expression quantifiers evaluate a string to determine if it has a certain number of characters. In the instance of the string
ABC, you can write a quantifier expression to evaluate that the string has at least one
C, and no
D. If the expression has the designated number of characters, it will evaluate as
True. If the expression contains less or more than the designated amount, it will return as
The regular expression quantifiers include the following characters:
*: This character requires zero or more matches of the preceding character to ...