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Re: Parse subject line of incoming email



Hi,

You have to find the first and the second "---".

First match position:
STRSTRC($tmp$, "---")

String after first:
SUBSTRC($tmp$, STRSTRC($tmp$, "---") + 3)

Position in String after first:
STRSTRC(SUBSTRC($tmp$, STRSTRC($tmp$, "---") + 3), "---")

So here we go:
SUBSTRC(SUBSTRC($tmp$, STRSTRC($tmp$, "---") + 3), 0, STRSTRC(SUBSTRC($tmp$, STRSTRC($tmp$, "---") + 3), "---"))

I think ;-)

        Best Regards - Misi, RRR AB, http://www.rrr.se (ARSList MVP 2011)

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November 11, 2016 4:40 PM, "Su Kaur" <remedyissues@gmail.com> wrote:
> Can I find a substring between two --- because character length can vary for each segment between
> the dashes ?
> 
> Thanks!
> Kaur 
> 
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