Validating serial number
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Visit Stack Exchange Software Engineering Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for professionals, academics, and students working within the systems development life cycle. Sign up to join this community We are writing software to track Foo Widgets. The serial number is an 32-character alphanumeric string. Each set is separated by a dash (so the s/n is 32-characters NOT including dashes).Since you are obviously thinking about the way serial numbers are formed, it's pretty clear that the format of the number IS part of the number.There's a big benefit to keeping the dashes in place - that's future proofing.I'm having some trouble understanding this point of view.For the user validation part of your question, the guiding principle is Postel's law: be conservative in what you send, liberal in what you accept.
I think the most flexible way of doing this (but maybe not most simple) would be to store the serial number without the dashes, store the schema of the serial number (as a regular expression), and then create an identifier that is used to track which schema is used (so later if the manufacturer changes it we can support that and perhaps both schemas at the same time).