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  • Dave
    Hi with the line below is it possible to make (.*) into two variables . ^!Find SMITH s{10}(.*) r nJONES s{10}(.*) RS THANKYOU DAVE M
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 3, 2008
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      Hi
      with the line below is it possible to make (.*) into two variables .

      ^!Find "SMITH\s{10}(.*)\r\nJONES\s{10}(.*)" RS

      THANKYOU DAVE M
    • Don - HtmlFixIt.com
      Well sort of, but you d need a delimiter to make it mean anything. Knowing what the data is would be helpful. I assume it is catching anything between two
      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 3, 2008
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        Well sort of, but you'd need a "delimiter" to make it mean anything.
        Knowing what the data is would be helpful.

        I assume it is catching anything between two names. I assume there is a
        space in between what is caught in the middle.

        Your {10}'s are possibly not necessary.
        ^!Find "SMITH\s*(.*)\s*(.*)\r\nJONES\s*(.*)\s*(.*)" RS

        or maybe just:
        ^!Find "SMITH\s*(.*)\r\nJONES\s*(.*)\s*(.*)" RS

        if only the second one is supposed to be split.



        Dave wrote:
        > Hi
        > with the line below is it possible to make (.*) into two variables .
        >
        > ^!Find "SMITH\s{10}(.*)\r\nJONES\s{10}(.*)" RS
        >
        > THANKYOU DAVE M
        >
        >
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