[fpc-pascal] splitting string into array

Wolfram Kläger wolfram.klaeger at web.de
Tue Jul 10 14:13:14 CEST 2007


Here is a Delphi implementation of the common PHP function 'explode'.

http://www.michael-puff.de/Developer/Delphi/Code-Snippets/Explode.html

Your example then becomes to
..
A := Explode('-', 'ab-cd-ef');
writeln(A[1]); // expect 'cd'
..

The inverse is accomplished by using PHP like 'implode', which glues all splitted parts back to a single string.

Wolfram



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> 
> Hi,
> 
> is there any function in the libraries of fpc for splitting a string
> into an array naming the separator?
> 
> In awk for eample if you do this:
> 
> 	split("ab-cd-ef", x, "-")
> 	print x[2]
> 
> it would split up the first string using "-" as separator and print
> 
> 	cd
> 
> to the output. That's what I'm searching for.
> In pascal. ;)
> 
> TIA,
> Marc
> 
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