wwUtils.StrExtract

Receives a string along with starting and ending delimiters and returns the part of the string between the delimiters. It also receives a beginning occurence to begin the extraction from.

Example:
string cExpression = "JoeDoeJoeDoe";
VFPToolkit.strings.StrExtract(cExpression, "o", "eJ", 2);		//returns ""
public static string StrExtract( string cSearchExpression,
	string cBeginDelim,
	string cEndDelim,
	int nBeginOccurence );

Return Value

string

Parameters

cSearchExpression

cBeginDelim

cEndDelim

nBeginOccurence

Overloads:


See also:

Class wwUtils

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