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el:explodex [2016/01/01 22:39] (current)
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 +===== Explodex =====
 +
 +==== Format ====
 +stringarrayvariable$ = **explodex** ( //string// , //regex// )\\
 +arrayvariable$ = **explodex** ( //string// , //regex// )
 +
 +==== Description ====
 +Splits up //string// into substrings wherever the regular expression //regex// occurs. ​ Substrings are stored in either the string or numeric array defined in the assignment statement. ​ The array will be re-dimensioned to the exact size to store all of the substrings. Unlike ExPLODE, EXPLODEX allows ignoring specific variations (case sentive, spelling etc), see example below ”[Aa][Nn][Dd]”.
 +==== Example ====
 +<​code>​
 +# explode on regex //[,]* //
 +a$ = "We all live in a yellow submarine, yellow submarine, yellow, submarine."​
 +w$ = explodex(a$,"​[,​]* ")
 +for t = 0 to w$[?]-1
 +   print "​w$["​+t+"​]="​ + w$[t]
 +next t
 +
 +# explode on regex //​[Aa][Nn][Dd]//​
 +a$="1 and 2 AND 3 and 5 aND 99 AND 8.88 aNd 6.45"
 +n = explodex(a$,"​[Aa][Nn][Dd]"​)
 +for t = 0 to n[?]-1
 +   print "​n["​+t+"​]="​ + n[t]
 +next t
 +</​code>​
 +will display
 +<​code>​
 +We all live in a yellow submarine.
 +w$[0]=We
 +w$[1]=all
 +w$[2]=live
 +w$[3]=in
 +w$[4]=a
 +w$[5]=yellow
 +w$[6]=submarine
 +w$[7]=yellow
 +w$[8]=submarine
 +w$[9]=yellow
 +w$[10]=submarine.
 +n[0]=1
 +n[1]=2
 +n[2]=3
 +n[3]=5
 +n[4]=99
 +n[5]=8.88
 +n[6]=6.45
 +</​code>​
 +
 +==== New to Version ==== 
 +0.9.6.56
  
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