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Alright, I'm gonna drop this here since I need a .Net specific Regex and I don't know how the .Net Regex engine may affect the expression as whole.

I have a string which is formatted as ASDF@123123.
The string ASD@F@123123 shall not be considered a valid string, while AS\@DF@123123 shall be considered valid.
What I got so far is (?<=[\\]{2,})(@) which allows me to check whether a \ is leading an @ sign.
The problem starts with the evauluation, I simply can't merge it somehow with (^[^[@\\[\\]\"= \\p{C}]*[@\\d]?$) (which shall do the evaluation of the string as whole).

So, how can I merge (?<=[\\]{2,})(@) into (^[^[@\\[\\]\"= \\p{C}]*[@\\d]?$)?
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