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about unusual StringSplit

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Hello peoples, a long long time ago, I read a topic with one StringSplit's example, but it is not usual...

It like this....

StringSplit("String",@LF)

And the splited parts are definied in @error or another command, but not a pre-definied variable...

I am crazy? Exist something like this or not?

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detefon,

I think you are getting confused with StringReplace. Here @extended returns the number of replacements made - very useful if counting the number of times a particular character appears in a string. :D

$sString = "abcdefabcdef"
StringReplace($sString, "a", "")
MsgBox(0, "Result", "a appears " & @extended & " times" & @CRLF & @CRLF & "and " & $sString & " is unchanged")

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On success StringSplit always returns an array. In case of an error @error is set.


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Hi Melba23, you are correct! I am confused about this, but my doubt finished.

Thank you! ^^


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