It depends what you want the date entered like. Month/Day/Year? Or Day of Month Name of Month, Year? Etc.<BR><BR>What might be better would be to use a CompareValidator whose Operator property was set to DataTypeCheck and whose Type property was set to Date.<BR><BR>If you have your mind set on using the regexp, consider asking this question on the Regular Expressions Forum:<BR>http://www.aspmessageboard.com/forum/regularExpressions.asp
Thanks for the advice. I'm just starting with ASP.Net after 4 years with regular asp. I didn't know that Date validation was possible using the CompareValidator. I have your book but didn't have it at work with me. Thanks again for the help.