isNumeric

isNumeric(text: String): Boolean

Checks if the text contains only Unicode digits.

A decimal point is not a Unicode digit and returns false. Note that the method does not allow for a leading sign, either positive or negative.

Introduced in DataWeave version 2.2.0.

Parameters

Name Description

text

The input string.

Example

This example shows how isNumeric behaves with different inputs and sizes.

Source

%dw 2.0
import isNumeric from dw::core::Strings
output application/json
---
{
  "a": isNumeric(null),
  "b": isNumeric(""),
  "c": isNumeric("  "),
  "d": isNumeric("123"),
  "e": isNumeric("१२३"),
  "f": isNumeric("12 3"),
  "g": isNumeric("ab2c"),
  "h": isNumeric("12-3"),
  "i": isNumeric("12.3"),
  "j": isNumeric("-123"),
  "k": isNumeric("+123")
}

Output

{
  "a": false,
  "b": false,
  "c": false,
  "d": true,
  "e": true,
  "f": false,
  "g": false,
  "h": false,
  "i": false,
  "j": false,
  "k": false
}

isNumeric(text: Null): Boolean

Helper function that enables isNumeric to work with a null value.

Introduced in DataWeave version 2.2.0.

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