Treat Yourself to Fn_Split()Commented on: 1 year ago
(October 11, 2012)
Great article, useful function. Just to let you know, your table has a zero-based index. That means that your "LISTING 3: Sample Code for Counting Substrings" will be wrong, always. use...
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