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 Hi all,

Im trying to replace a string with only relevant information. My first thought was the stringreplace function.


The string i wish to cutdown:

HospitalInfo.set2("HospitalInfoCash", "<b>Cash</b> - ","&euro;&nbsp;1,270,876");

 The information i would like to keep is the cash amount:


From the helpfile:

#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>

; Replace a blank space (' ') with a - (minus) character.
Local $sString = StringReplace("This is a sentence with whitespace.", " ", "-")
Local $iReplacements = @extended
MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", $iReplacements & " replacements were made and the new string is:" & @CRLF & @CRLF & $sString)

Now after some research i found out u cant use double quotes. So i searched the forum and found out u should wrap the double quotes into single quotes.

So i tried to search on this for the replacement:

HospitalInfo.set2('"'HospitalInfoCash'"', '"'<b>Cash</b> - '"','"'&euro;&nbsp;1,270,876");

Sadly, i am still getting a syntax error. Could someone point me in the right direction.

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If you want to show quotes in quotes or single quotes in single quotes then double it or wrap it with the contrary like you said.
RegEx may be more appropriate :

$s = 'HospitalInfo.set2("HospitalInfoCash", "<b>Cash</b> - ","&euro;&nbsp;1,270,876");'
$a = StringRegExp($s, '&nbsp;([\d,]+)"', 3)
ConsoleWrite($a[0] & @Lf)

Br, FireFox.

Edited by FireFox
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