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Hi,

I have this string
Declare @x nvarchar(10) = '1|2:1|3|4:2'
I want to divide these values between two strings

StringOne='1,2,3,4' //here i took each number before semi coloum
StringTwo= '1,2' //here i took each number after semi colon

What I have tried:

How can i split the first string into two strings.. I should split by '|' and ','
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Updated 12-Aug-21 22:44pm
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OriginalGriff 13-Aug-21 1:56am
   
What have you tried?
Where are you stuck?
What help do you need?

And more importantly - why are you trying to do this in SQL?

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Richard Deeming 13-Aug-21 4:10am
   
Your description says you take each number before/after a semi-colon. But your sample string doesn't include any semi-colons!

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If you are going to do this in SQL (I would do it in my UI layer) then use the CHARINDEX[^] to locate the position of the character then use SUBSTRING[^] to separate out the strings you want.

Or, you could use STRING_SPLIT [^]

Or you could read this article Splitting Strings Based on Patterns – SQLServerCentral[^]
   

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