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I have the following url like

default.aspx?location=["john","smiths","'Los Angeles'","'CA'"],["john","chan","'Fremont'","'CA'"],

and the location parameter may be more or less meaning that it may have more
["xxx","xxx","'xxx'","'xx'"]

In this case of array. How to codes in c#/asp.net to get the value of each one? like the value john, smiths.

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by:Rajkumar Gs
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Hi

Use Split function to split the string , pls refer
http://www.dotnetperls.com/split

Raj
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I need working codes to my example. Not just a refer url.  thanks
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by:Rajkumar Gs
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Hi

Posting below the code that I have tested in a console application.

 static void Main(string[] args)
        {

            string inputString = "[john,smiths,'Los Angeles',CA]";
            inputString = inputString.Replace("[", "").Replace("]","").Replace("'","").Replace("\"","");;

            string[] result;
            char[] commaSeparator = new char[] { ',' };

            result = inputString.Split(commaSeparator, StringSplitOptions.None);
            foreach (string str in result)
            {
                Console.WriteLine(str);
            }

            Console.ReadKey();

        } 

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Hi - any update on this ?

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location=["john","smiths","'Los Angeles'","'CA'"],["john","chan","'Fremont'","'CA'"],

use above data sample. I don't think your codes are working.
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For the data, location=["john","smiths","'Los Angeles'","'CA'"],["john","chan","'Fremont'","'CA'"],
is the output expecting as below ?
john
smiths
Los Angeles
CA
john
chan
Fremont
CA

If not pls post your expected output

Raj
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by:solution1368
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working. but I think I should explain more because something still do not work.
for each [ ] that listing name and address. I just hope to happen like array

so it will be like below

<div>
Name
City, State
</div>
<div>
Name
City, State
</div>
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by:solution1368
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Your codes are working. I just need more helps later ... Thanks
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you are welcome
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