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Inspired by PHP's preg_split.

Split string by a regular expression.

Also supports the same flags as the PHP equivalent.

v1.0.1

 

Example:

#include "StringRegExpSplit.au3"

StringRegExpSplit('splitCamelCaseWords', '(?<=\w)(?=[A-Z])') 
; ['split', 'Camel', 'Case', 'Words']

 

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