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I am looking for a way to create specific folder name from a given file name.

File name format is like: MJ - justbeatit.mp3

I want the folder name to be MJ. (that is characters before " - " is the folder name)

The above can be done using "StringRegExp" but I don't know the syntax.

Can somebody help me out please.


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Try this:

$Array = StringSplit("MJ - justbeatit.mp3", " - ", 1); this will return an array
; $Array[0] will contain 2
; $Array[1] will contain "MJ"
;$Array[2] will contain "justbeatit.mp3"

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