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Function LastIndexOf(testString As String, findChar As String)
Dim i As Long
LastIndexOf = -1
For i = 1 To Len(testString)
If Mid(testString, i, 1) = findChar Then LastIndexOf = i
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Function RetrieveSplitItem(Index As Long, Expression As Variant, Optional Delimiter As String = " ", _
Optional Limit As Long = -1, Optional Compare As VbCompareMethod = vbTextCompare, _
Optional FailIfNoDelimiter As Boolean = False) As Variant
Dim arr As Variant
RetrieveSplitItem = CVErr(9)
If Not (InStr(1, Expression, Delimiter) = 0 And FailIfNoDelimiter) Then
arr = Split(Expression, Delimiter, Limit, Compare)
Select Case Index
RetrieveSplitItem = arr
Case Is > 0
If (Index - 1) <= UBound(arr) Then
RetrieveSplitItem = arr(Index - 1)
If (UBound(arr) + Index + 1) >= 0 Then
RetrieveSplitItem = arr(UBound(arr) + Index + 1)
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