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Delete www string in delphi

Posted on 2011-03-04
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hello experts.
please help me.

i have a list of sites.many sites contains www. in his link
i wrote a procedure that deletes it, but any times it doesnt work correctly.

There is :
function Deletewww(URL : string) : string;
begin
  if Pos('www.', URL) > 0 then Delete(Url, 1, 7);
  Result := Copy(Url, 1, Pos('w.', Url) - 1);
  if Result = '' then Result := URL;
end;

Please correct it.
Help me.
Thanks
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Question by:helyonprime96
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You can use "StringReplace" function to replace all the 'www.' with blanks:
function Deletewww(URL : string) : string;
begin
  Result := StringReplace(URL,'www.','',[rfReplaceAll, rfIgnoreCase]);
end;

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by:helyonprime96
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IT works !

Thanks a lot!
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