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Latitude and Longitude as two columns

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In column B I have longitude and latitude data in the following form:

33.394956,-117.593913

In column C. I want just the longitude (the part before the comma not including the comma).

In column D I want just the latitude (the part after the comma, not including the comma).

Any ideas?

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Column C:   =LEFT($B1,SEARCH(",",$B1,1)-1)
Column D:   =RIGHT($B1,LEN($B1)-SEARCH(",",$B1,1))
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