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> Split Field By A Multiple-character Separator
LD PVL
post Nov 3 2010, 19:41
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Hi, it's me again smile.gif

I searched Google and the forum index on this but couldn't find anything relevant. In the help section it says This action type allows for splitting values of a field into multiple separate fields based on a given separator character. Can we use a multiple-character separator?

Like say if I want to split this field: Artist: The Luminous feat Alice Thomson, I can't use the separator to be: feat or "feat" or 'feat', it just messes up the field.

I know we can by pass it by using other operations like replace first and then split or create my own action, but just wondering if we can do it straight away using the action.

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DetlevD
post Nov 3 2010, 22:16
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QUOTE (LD PVL @ Nov 3 2010, 19:41) *
... I searched Google and the forum index on this but couldn't find anything relevant. ...

This might be a Google problem.

QUOTE (LD PVL @ Nov 3 2010, 19:41) *
... In the help section it says This action type allows for splitting values of a field into multiple separate fields based on a given separator character. Can we use a multiple-character separator?...

What do you think?
See also:
http://forums.mp3tag.de/index.php?showtopi...ost&p=48283

QUOTE (LD PVL @ Nov 3 2010, 19:41) *
...Like say if I want to split this field: Artist: The Luminous feat Alice Thomson, I can't use the separator to be: feat or "feat" or 'feat', it just messes up the field. ...

Use action "Guess values".

DD.20101103.2216.CET


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