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1.2 Input Rules

1.2 Input Rules
This chapter describes rules regarding input in detail.

1.2.1 Valid characters

Describes characters that can be input.
An input character check is implemented through Javascript when using Web Maintenance Console, and
errors are displayed in a dialog box when invalid characters are input.
Valid characters are shown in the following:
0x08, 0x0D, 0x20, 0x21-0x7E
Numbers <0–9>
Letters <a–z, A–Z>
Others <! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ ] ^ _ ` { | } ~>
<SP> (Space)

1.2.2 Input character restrictions

A set of character restrictions is defined as follows:
Input Type
Dial1
Numbers <0–9>
Others <# *>
Dial3
Numbers <0–9>
Others <# * N (N=2–9) X (0–9) Z (Z=1–9)>
Dial4
Numbers <0–9>
Others <# * N (N=2–9) X (0–9, # * {# and * work as a
wild card.}) x>
Unsigned
Numbers <0–9>
Number
Others < . >
However, decimal points are omitted.
Text
No input restrictions.
Text
Numbers <0–9>
Numeric
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ASCII code
Character
Valid characters
Usage
Dial for trunk.
Dial for outbound.
Dial for dialing table.
Used for input of numerical values
using [0–9] with a clearly defined
range. (Usage is separate from
"Text Numeric")
The range is not by the number of
digits but indicated by the actual
numerical range that can be input
(for port numbers, "1-65535").
Used for the input of digits [0–9] as
a character string for floating
extension numbers, etc. (Usage is
separate from "Unsigned
Number") Indicated by a range,
such as from 3 digits in length, etc.

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