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Split Function in Delphi


Submitted on: 1/21/2001 7:32:30 PM
By: Nick Siderakis  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 8 Users
Compatibility:Delphi 5, Delphi 4, Pre Delphi 4

Users have accessed this article 9391 times.

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     Hey this function just emulates the Visual Basic function that we know and love “<b>split</b>”!!! You use it the same way you would have in vb.<br><i> avar := split('string to break up',' ',2);</i><br> That will return avar as “to” that’s it, have fun and please vote!!

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function split(input:string;schar:char;s:integer):string;
       schop: string;
       n := 1;
       for i := 1 to length(input) do
         if (input[i] = schar) then
           if n = s then
           split := schop
           schop := '';
           schop := schop + input[i];

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2/6/2001 1:03:04 PM:Antonius Eko S R
Thank's for u's sharing So I could learn more deep about Delphi Programming Thanks
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12/5/2001 7:55:14 PM:Jason Lopez
How do i...More like where do i put this fuctions at. I am new to delphi. So can anyone help.
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3/10/2002 11:54:10 AM:Da Real Slim Techie
Superb. You can't get enough string manipulation functions. I always need them for something or other, especially finding one string within another or finding a value. In this case I am using the function to determine the file type in a list of files.
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10/19/2002 4:34:27 PM:
I have made some changes to the code and it works perfectly now changes marked with * function TFRMCLAIMIMAGE.split(input:string;schar: char;s:integer):string; var i,n:integer; schop: string; begin n := 0; * for i := 1 to length(input) + 1 * added an acrement of 1 to cater for last character do begin * if (input[i] = schar)or (i=length(input)+1) then * added some code to cater for the last field begin inc(n); if (n = s) then split := schop else schop := ''; end else schop := schop + input[i]; end; end; Mail me if you need more clarification
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7/23/2003 9:19:46 AM:
This is just what i'm looking for! Thnx!!
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