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PHP Regular expression for ‘;;’

I’m trying to find out a regular expression that can accept ‘;;’ for two spaces in a string.
I have this string:

Name;

I want to accept the following input string with two space characters.

NAME;;

How do I do it?

A:

Here’s a regex that will work:
[\s;]+

It matches any characters which are preceded by at least one whitespace character and followed by a semicolon. So
$str = ‘Name;’; if (preg_match(‘/[\s;]+/’,$str) > 0) {
// Will match, because the whitespace is matched before it
// with the [\s;]+ regex
}

See a demo on ideone.com.

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Constructing a bijection between two sets

Consider a function $f: A \to B$ such that $f(x)$ is in bijection with $A$.
Then for all $y\in f(A)$ it holds $f^{ -1}(y)\subseteq A$, but is this true that there exists a function $g$ with $g(f^{ -1}(y)) = y$?
I think yes, but I can’t come up with a proof, or I have to assume something on the $f$-function. But I don’t know what to assume.
$g$ should be some kind of recursive function to map $f^{ -1}(y)$ to $y$, isn’t it? But this doesn’t work: If $g$ would map $f^{ -1}(y)$ bijectively to $y$ then there exists an $a \in f^{ -1}(y)$ such that $f(a) = y$. But then \$f(a) \in f(f^{ -1}(y))

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