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    Multiple email validation

    After a quick research, I wasn't able to find any solution for the multiple email validation using regex (split JS function is not applicable, but some reason back-end of the application waits for a string with emails separated by `;`).

    Here are the requirements:

    1. Emails should be validated using the following rule: `[A-Za-z0-9\._%-]+@[A-Za-z0-9\.-]+\.[A-Za-z]{2,4}`
    2. Regex should accept `;` sign as a separator
    3. Emails can be written on multiple lines, finishing with `;`
    4. Regex may accept the end of the line as `;`

    I come up with this solution:
    but it doesn't work for point #3-4

    All sort of help will be appreciated
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