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qwertylol

$matches = StringRegExp($string, '[^0]{1,}', 3)

_ArrayDisplay($matches, 'found')

the above is used to parse strings like 0002342350023423400014234000234234.

how do I tell how many items there are in that array?

What I need to know is how many items there are in the array.

how do I do it?

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Gabburd

Try looking at the UBound function, UBound($matches) should work nicely.

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qwertylol

perfect :)

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PsaltyDS

Try looking at the UBound function, UBound($matches) should work nicely.

I started writing this demo because I though StringRegExp() returned the count in [0], but it doesn't. Oh well:

#include <array.au3>

$string = "0002342350023423400014234000234234"
$matches = StringRegExp($string, '[^0]{1,}', 3)
_ArrayDisplay($matches, 'Got: ' & UBound($matches))

:)


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