Why String.Split(char) is possible but String.Split(string) is Not!
i have a string for e:g
String st= "Delete a record****** *************************************************** Delete Manually PatID=123456 PatName=navdeep *****Delete a record****** *************************************************** Delete Manually *****************PatID=123 PatName=navdeep6666"
I need to Split this String by "Delete a record" string. Now, str will contain the array elements.
str = st.Split("Delete a record");
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Hi All I am trying to split a string with other string. Does any one help me how to do this.I have "237943--;--dgsa78a--;--dasd732" I want to split with --;-- And ideas please thanks,Aruna.G
string contents = "237943--;--dgsa78a--;--dasd732"; you can do contents.split(';')which would split it on ; Thanks,Karan~ Remember To Mark The Post(s) That Helped You As The ANSWER ~
You can use String.Split(String, StringSplitOptions) string source = "237943--;--dgsa78a--;--dasd732";
string ...how to split a string by a string not a char?
I've used the split('?') function on strings to good effect to delimit them up based on a single char but I'm looking through the overloads and can't see one for how to split a string by a string pattern. My source string is called Session["basket"] and is in the format A/B and I want to change it also include C, however A/B/C and split by '/' won't be 100% reliable because C is actually gotten from user input so they could input forwardslashes and thus mess things up, so a possible solution may be to do something like A#@#B#@#C and then do a Session...Splitting string using split()
I have a string like this:
$s = 'firstname.lastname@example.org, "Blow, Joe" <email@example.com>,Joe Blow <firstname.lastname@example.org>'
And I want to be able to split it up. Using split, like this:
my @addresses = split(/, ?/, $s);
But obviously this causes a problem because of the comma inside the
quotes. I want three parts, and it splits it into four. Is there
some module or nice way to have the commas inside quotes ignored?
Reply to email@example.com if possible as I'm only getting
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This seems ...Splitting a String into Usable strings
How do I split up a string that has data that is separated by a comma? I used the SPLIT method, but the method put the data into an array. The array will not allow me to send the data into a string to be used.
What can I do???
What do you want to achieve by splitting the string? An array will let you access each segment individually.
string numbers = "1,2,3,4";
string s = numbers.Split(",".ToCharArray());
string firstNumber = s;
In case you want to bring the splitted string back to a flat string you should take a look at the String.J...String.Split a StreamReader.ReadLine() string
Hello one and all,
I'm developing a system to take a CSV file uploaded via the web, parse it, and insert the values into an SQL database. My sticking point comes when I try to split() the string returned by readline() on the file.
The following code snippet works for me:
tokens = "one,two,three,four".Split(",")
for each token in tokens
However, if I take the next line in the CSV, read using StreamReader.ReadLine on the PostedFile.InputStream, I receive "Object refer...splitting a string of alphanumeric into two string
Just a question on what the easiest way is to split a string that starts w/ alphabetical characters and ends w/ numeric numbers into two.
i.e. String: JonPT233
Split the above into two string:
1st string: JonPT
2nd string: 233
I was looking at the Split() function but it doesn't have a direct way of splitting aphanumeric characters into what I want...so is going through character one by one and creating two separate arrays checking if it's alphabetical or numeric the only way or is there an easier, more direct way of doing this? thanks.
The ...splitting the string without using split function
splittiing the string in such a way that i wil get the last part of the stringstarted with \ (splitting the string without using split function)
so output will be Ashish_M3_Functional_Requirements_Document.doc
The System.IO.Path class provides a safe way for extracting all the different parts of a file name/path, so in this case I would be tempted to use that.RegardsDave...splitting a string of characters and numbers into separate strings
I was looking at the Split() function in vb.net but don't know if there's an easier way to do this. I have a string that is alphanumeric. It starts with alphabetical characters and ends with integers. The length varies from one record to another. I had to concatenate the two to have them appear together in a dropdown list. However, when a user selects it, I need to split it in two different strings, one that holds just the alphabetical characters and one that has just the integer values. Is there an easier way than just going through the...splitting strings
Given the string 'abcdefghijklmnopq', I wish to add a line break
every 5 characters:
Method 1 below works, but my split() in method 2 captures 'something
unexpected' at each match. Could someone please tell me what is split
capturing that I am not seeing?
Thanks in advance for your answers,
my $foo = 'abcdefghijklmnopq';
# Method 1
print( "\nMethod 1\n" );
my $foo_length = length( $foo );
for( my $i = 0; $i < $foo_length; $i +...splitting the string.
Hello Perl Experts,
I want to split the string $a ="abcdef";
as @asplit = ("a","b","c","d","e","f").
Is this possible. Kindly provide your valuable
Thank you very much.
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@arr =3D split(//,$a);
> From: Raja Gopal[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Thurs...splitting string
I have string as given below:
From this string i need to split indivually and get
Soarian_Context_Sensitive_Coordination_File ---> in one variable.
---> in one variable
---> in one variable
---> in one variable
---> in one variable
I want to accept a creditcard number and display only the last 4-digit on a label. How do I split a string (or an integer) at the last 4 digits. Please help.Dim ccn as string = 1234567890123456Dim ccn2 as string = split(ccn.....??? Lable1.Text = "************" & ccn2
you can use substring to get last 4 characters of the string...Amit Malhotrahttp://www.learnlinq.blogspot.com/
STRING.SubString(0, 1) 0 being the first character and 1 being how many characters you want to grab FROM the first character The String data type in .NET is pretty powerful, you should check out ...splitting a string
Hi: I want to split the string
into 4 variables: 0.0.0.0, 1, 10.1.30.1 and 10.1.30.1
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On Dec 10, 2003, at 4:49 PM, Ravi Malghan wrote:
> Hi: I want to split the string
> into 4 variables: 0.0.0.0, 1, 10.1.30.1 and 10.1.30.1
> any suggestions?
yes, get better data.
a part of the problem you have is the that you
could do this wit...