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Hi,

Got a question here.

Is there a way to delete the strings between 2 delimiters/Characters?

Examle:

$string = "Hi <NAME>How are you <THERE>?"

taking "<" & ">" as delimiters.

output string into "Hi <> How are you <>" or better still "Hi How are you?"

I had look through the help & forum but none can do this.... :)

Can anyone give me an example on this?? :D


[font="Arial"]Thanks[/font]
If @error = me Then $sorry
Else
   Do
      $clarifyMe
   Until $meClear
EndIF
MsgBox(0,"Special Message!","Special Thanks to " & $allHadReplied,$Forever)

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Can anyone give me an example on this?? :)

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

$foo = "Hi <NAME>How are you <THERE>?"
ConsoleWrite(StringRegExpReplace($foo, "<(.|\n)+?>", "") & @CRLF)

Output:

Hi How are you ?

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Thanks, DaleHohm! :huh:

But I still a little confuse with the "<(.|\n)+?>" part... :D

But at least, I got the direction right to look into the help. :D:)


[font="Arial"]Thanks[/font]
If @error = me Then $sorry
Else
   Do
      $clarifyMe
   Until $meClear
EndIF
MsgBox(0,"Special Message!","Special Thanks to " & $allHadReplied,$Forever)

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