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Parse from a  String VB6

Posted on 2004-10-03
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I have a string

myvar = "rbrbr43254325egfewge@information1@sfdgsrg32543brbrbr"

how can i parse the info inside the 2 @

the string myvar also changes

i just need the string inside @information1@

so result would be  information1

saved as myvar2

thankyou
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Question by:Jimmyx1000
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larr = split(myvar, "@")

myvar2 = larr(1)
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Dim larr() As String
myvar = "rbrbr43254325egfewge@information1@sfdgsrg32543brbrbr"
larr = Split(myvar, "@")
MsgBox larr(1)
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by:Jimmyx1000
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Thanks

Nice quick Code
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