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|Thursday, December 04, 2008|
I don't know why, but when I need to code something ugly and quickly, I use VB6. When I need to parse lines, I use String functions instead of regexps. I tell myself it's because it's hard to anticipate how flawed, complicated regexps might work. This is true. Not a good excuse, but it's true. regexps can be difficult to debug.
Still, there's something I freakin' always screw up, and that's finding a substring in a line and cutting it into two. So here's some code for idiots that are me.
Dim strTest As String
Here's our result:
#this is a l#
#ong line of words#
#this is a #
#line of words#
I don't know why, but I get more OBO errors doing this than I can stand.
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posted by ruffin at 12/04/2008 11:52:00 PM
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