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Hi Experts,

I have string "PL0445796AA03ZHE_Q10_S35852592B". I want to strip it out to three different strings.
S1 ="PL0445796AA03ZHE"
S2 = "Q10"
S3 = "S35852592B"

The length of the strings might me different. But there will be always 2 underscores.

Thanks in advance.
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string s = "PL0445796AA03ZHE_Q10_S35852592B";
            string[] sRes = s.Split('_');

sRes contains the three strings you want in an array
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Thank you very much.
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