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How to process lines of data in clipboard

Posted on 2013-01-29
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say data of following is as below:

00195  10,000   0.370 3,700.00      
00309  100,000  0.216 21,600.00      
00312  4,000  0.720 mydata      
00317  2,600  6.650 17,290.00      
00460  1,000  3.360 3,360.00      
01086  1,000  3.860 3,860.00      
01157  520  10.460 5,439.20  

Action: select above data, copy into clipboard

How to use Excel Macro VBA to read the data in the clipboard and process lines of data one by one

Dim DataObj As New MSForms.DataObject
Dim s As String
     
DataObj.GetFromClipboard
s = DataObj.GetText
MsgBox s
'
'Pseudo code needed
'
for each line in reading s
      print line
next

Warning: the data for each line is separated by LF or Carriage Return
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Ooops find the solution myself.

       Dim DataObj As New MSForms.DataObject
       Dim s As String
       Dim str() As String
       Dim idx As Integer
       Dim data_line As String
       
       DataObj.GetFromClipboard
       s = DataObj.GetText
       idx = 0
       str() = Split(s, vbLf)
       Do While Not str(idx) = Empty
          MsgBox str(idx)
          idx = idx + 1
       Loop
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