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  1. I'd like to take a string like|this and turn it to a 1 key array such as: Array[1] ( [0] => like|this ) There seem to be 2 functions (one internal and the other is an UDF) that are meant for this, but both of which require to supply a delimiter for this to always work. Now of course I can fake a delimiter that I don't expect to exist (like @CRLF). Alternatively, I can use a middleman variable, but it seems like a waste. Is there a more normal (i.e. delimiter and middleman free) way to do it? $foobar = "like|this", $foobar2 = $foobar, $foobar3 = $foobar $foobar = StringSplit($foobar, @CRLF, 3)) ; the delimiter here is a mandatory field ; or include <Array.a3u> $foobar2 = _ArrayFromString($foobar2, @CRLF)) ; the delimiter here is optional but the default "|" will break my string ; or local $foobar_temp[1] = [$foobar3] ; making up a whole new parameter just for this $foobar3 = $foobar_temp
  2. #Include <file.au3> #Include <Array.au3> Local $nobrainArray $var = _FileReadToArray("example.txt", $nobrainArray) $split = StringSplit($var, ":"); split by colon? _ArrayDisplay($split) Its getting later and I am getting more and more tired so I think I should go to bed and give this another look tmr. but if someone could help me i'd be grateful! randomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\n----------------------------------------------------------------------\n\nThe topic can be found here:\nhttps://www.websitehere.com\n\n\nYou can unsubscribe at any time here: https://www.websitehere.com/unsubscribe/Zm9ydW1zO2ZvcnVtczs0MzszOTc0MTA7Mzk3NDEwO25pa29sYXppbmRvQGdtYWlsLmNvbQ,,/\n\nIf you are not following any forums and wish to stop receiving notifications, uncheck the setting\n\"Send me news and information\" found in \'My Settings\' under \'Notification Options\'.\n',545627,'followed_forums','https://www.websitehere.com/topic/','forums','forums',43,'4745c9f0607baec3e8bc38f47d07f9bd'),(622776,49813,1457299052,1,'<a href=\'https://www.websitehere.com/!545627\'>Antepliemmo</a> posted topic <a href=\'https://www.websitehere.com\'>\n\n----------------------------------------------------------------------\n As you can see this is very messy! There is random first names and last names everywhere and then there is a lot of junk.... I am extracting all the names/last names for a buddy, but I just can't seem to figure it out. Any help is appreciated, I'll keep working on this tomorrow again wish a fresh mindset! Regards Ryuk
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