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Default Does anyone know a way i can pick out only numbers

Does anyone know a way i can pick out only the numbers from a string?
string examples....
TEX12900
UH8900
FloNumber899090
YB28999

I only want, say,....
12900
8900
899090
8999

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$_=~s/\D//g; ?

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my ($outno) = $returned->{outno} =~ /(\d+)/;
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