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How do I split up my string into substrings based on key charactors.

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How do I break up my string into substrings... Lets say using "<!---->"

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string myString = "<DIV class=ftrimage><A href=pic.asp><IMG src=168.jpg width=104></A></DIV><!---->Bush
vows steps to bolster al-Maliki's ability to curb sectarian bloodshed.<!----><A href=pic.asp><IMG src=168.jpg width=104></A>";

Results:
myString1 = "<DIV class=ftrimage><A href=pic.asp><IMG src=168.jpg width=104></A></DIV>";
myString2 = "Bush vows steps to bolster al-Maliki's ability to curb sectarian bloodshed.";
myString3 = "<A href=pic.asp><IMG src=168.jpg width=104></A>";
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Question by:quest_capital
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by:Fernando Soto
ID: 18049792
Hi quest_capital;

Here is a solution using regular expression.

using System.Text.RegularExpressions;

            string myString = @"<DIV class=ftrimage><A href=pic.asp><IMG src=168.jpg width=104></A></DIV><!---->Bush
vows steps to bolster al-Maliki's ability to curb sectarian bloodshed.<!----><A href=pic.asp><IMG src=168.jpg width=104></A>";

            MatchCollection mc = Regex.Matches(myString, "(?:(.*?)(?:<!---->|$))",
                RegexOptions.Singleline);
            string[] output = new string[mc.Count];
            int idx = 0;

            foreach( Match m in mc )
            {
                output[idx] = m.Groups[1].Value;
                idx++;
            }

            // Print the array out
            foreach (string line in output)
            {
                if( line != "" ) Console.WriteLine(line + "\n");
            }


Fernando
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ozymandias earned 250 total points
ID: 18050072
Or, if you are using .NET 2.0 you can do :

string[] values = myString.Split("<!---->");

myString1 = values[0];
myString2 = values[1];
myString3 = values[2];
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