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You can modify the regex to suit it for any other format as well. ^ # Assert position at the beginning of the string. (); //Valid ZIP codes zips.add("12345"); zips.add("12345-6789"); //Invalid ZIP codes zips.add("123456"); zips.add("1234"); zips.add("12345-678"); zips.add("12345-67890"); String regex = "^[0-9](?