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I have 2 problems
1. i want to extract a substring from a string with a specified position
example : John like to play soccer
i want to extraxct the substring like to play
2.i have a memo with the structure
Name:(thename)#9Age:(age)years
memo contain about 20 lines
i want to store all the names and the respective ages (array or something or better database)
how can i do that
thnks
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Question by:tinti
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geobul earned 220 total points
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Hi,

1.
var s1,s2: string;
begin
  s1 := 'John like to play soccer';
  s2 := Copy(s1, 6, 12); // s2 is 'like to play'
...

2.
var
  i,k: integer;
  a: array [1..50,1..2] of string;
begin
  for i := 0 to Memo1.Lines.Count - 1 do begin
    k := Pos(#9, Memo1.Lines[i]);
    if k > 0 then begin
      a[i,1] := Copy(Memo1.Lines[i], 1, k - 1); // the name
    end;

    k := Pos(':', Memo1.Lines[i]);
    if k > 0 then begin
      a[i,2] := Copy(Memo1.Lines[i], k+1, Length(Memo1.Lines[i]); // the age
      k := Pos'years', a[i,2];
      if k > 0 then begin
        a[i,2] := Copy(a[i,2], 1, k - 1); // remove 'years' from the string
      end;
    end;
  end;
...

Regards, Geo
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by:TomasThil
ID: 9730678
Hi,
Have a look at TStringManager. You will find it at: http://www.geocities.com/ericdelphi/StrMan.html. Great string routines and easy to use. Install it and where ever you like to use it just add StrMan to your uses. You will get a global object called sm. So it's like sm.replace(....,...,..,..);


Tomas Thil
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by:saienlyh
ID: 9731308
var s1,s2: string;
begin
  s1 := 'John like to play soccer';
  s2 := Copy(s1, 6, 12); // s2 is 'like to play'
...
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by:geobul
ID: 9731407
saienlyh,

What are trying to say with that copy of what I've written?

Regards, Geo
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by:saienlyh
ID: 9731464
geobul,
to my way of thinking Result so
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