Limiters /Delimiters, Managed C++  
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A.Russell





PostPosted: Visual C++ General, Limiters /Delimiters, Managed C++ Top

The String::Split function is very usefull, but I've got an ever increasing number of delimiters to use with it, including characters from UTF-8, like those pesky curly quotation marks that Word puts on everything and look like foriegn lettters when opened in anything else.

Is there a method that will specify what you don't want delimited instead i.e, if it isn't an ASCII upper or lower case letter or number then it is a delimiter.



Visual C++13  
 
 
Mike Danes





PostPosted: Visual C++ General, Limiters /Delimiters, Managed C++ Top

No, you will have to write your own split function or maybe try to use regular expressions.

PS:

Such questions are better asked in a forum like ".NET Base Class Library":

http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowForum.aspx ForumID=39&SiteID=1

This is .NET provided functionality, not Visual C++.


 
 
A.Russell





PostPosted: Visual C++ General, Limiters /Delimiters, Managed C++ Top

Thanks for the tip, and for directing me to the right forum.