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Hai all,
I am developing one VB Application in VS2010. In that i am using Mid() for getting the string, but here we need to give an start position(Integer) and length of string(integer).
But i need to get the string between two characters .... Is it possible?
How.....?
For Example:
String= "CHimaN"
I want the string in Between Chars C and N
How i get Hima As my string....
 
Please give me a solution.......
Waiting for ur response................
Posted 3-Jan-12 18:45pm
Edited 3-Jan-12 20:32pm
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SAKryukov at 4-Jan-12 1:11am
   
...and, more exactly, what do you need to do? --SA
Himachandra at 4-Jan-12 1:14am
   
I need to get the string between two chars..... Just like String--- CHimaM i need the String Between Chars C & M ie., Hima How can i get that in VB
Reiss at 4-Jan-12 3:17am
   
Do you need to account for multiple instances of either <b>C</b> or <b>M</b>, e.g. <b>CdddMCssMMC</b>
Himachandra at 4-Jan-12 4:10am
   
No

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Solution 1

Try:
Dim source As String = "CHimaM"
Dim extract As String = ""
Dim start As Integer = source.IndexOf("C"C) + 1
Dim [end] As Integer = source.IndexOf("M"C)
If start >= 0 AndAlso [end] > start Then
    extract = source.Substring(start, [end] - start)
End If
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Himachandra at 5-Jan-12 23:38pm
   
Yah Itz working..... Thank You Mr OriginalGriff
OriginalGriff at 6-Jan-12 3:28am
   
You're welcome!

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