Arclite86

detect character in a word?

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

hi

for my administration im working with allot of codes and in every long code there is a # sing and al the letters and number need to be deleted befor that sing 

first i did it al manual but now if have hunderts of codes that i have to edit, i would like to know if  someone can help me with this

code example:

 

example1:    49f039.201185f201k2#3152hr.3939532.500

example2:    01jr12l492#29jg2.8h420v.mq024,24

example3:   290k19525,.r20fc10931javw#2jf201jmv123t90gvjkn

etc...

has the be

example1:   3152hr.3939532.500

example2:   29jg2.8h420v.mq024,24

example3:   2jf201jmv123t90gvjkn

can someone help me with this please

Edited by Arclite86

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Arclite86,

StringSplit should do the trick if there is only the single "#" character in the string.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Or maybe ... a  Str******xpReplace ?  :D

Edit

$str = "49f039.201185f201k2#3152hr.3939532.500"

; an usual one
; $res = StringRegExpReplace($str, '^(.*?#)', "")

; a funny one
$res = StringRegExpReplace($str, '\G.(?<!#.)', "")

Msgbox(0,"", $res)

 

Edited by mikell

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StringSplit() would be my first idea also. 

$sTest = "49f039.201185f201k2#3152hr.3939532.500"
$aSplit = StringSplit($sTest, "#")
MsgBox(0, "", $aSplit[$aSplit[0]])

 

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jguinch,
Here with either the ^ or the \G anchors it was useless  :P

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