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strextract equivalent for .net

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Is there any .net (I'm using C#) function that is the equivelant of FoxPro's Strextact() function?
I need to be be to extract text from within text and also to specify the occurance of the first delimiter as in the FoxPro function:

STREXTRACT(cSearchExpression, cBeginDelim [, cEndDelim [, nOccurrence[, nFlag]]]])

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use VFPToolkit all functions are similar to FoxPro / Visual FoxPro.

in this toolkit also describe details of which native functions used

foxcentral.net/microsoft/VFPToolkitNET.htm

This Toolkit is specially designed for FoxPro Developer who want to migrate in .net
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Hi kalpesh2804,

Thanks for the quick answer, I prefer something that's native to .net. , if possible.
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Hi  kalpesh2804,

I see the source code has native code for the conversion,

Thank you!
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