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Re: Part or Partition or Split or Extract or ...... ????

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  • Subject: [mg85505] Re: Part or Partition or Split or Extract or ...... ????
  • From: Mayneord <spidersaint at gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2008 04:08:36 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <fojrtu$h1k$1@smc.vnet.net> <fomj7h$hhd$1@smc.vnet.net>

Hi,

Thanks for your generous help


First I tried the way Bill Rowe has suggested

A =Import["new3.txt","Lines"];

In[2]:= GetridOFF = A[[1]]
Out[2]= (300a,011c) DS [25\55]                                  #   6,
2 \
LeafJawPositions

In[3]:=
StringReplace[GetridOFF,{RegularExpression@"^.+\
\["->"",RegularExpression@=
"\[.+$"->""}]

>From In[3]:= Syntax::sntxf: "\"\!\(\(RegularExpression @\)\)\" cannot
be followed by \
\"\!\(= \(\(\"\\[.+$\" -> \"\"\)\)\)\".\!\(\"\"\) \
\!\(\*ButtonBox[\"More...\", ButtonStyle->\"RefGuideLinkText\", \
ButtonFrame->None, ButtonData:>\"General::sntxf\"]\)"

It shows some error .. which i did not understand !! Can you please
tell me what it could be..

In[4]:=
StringCases["GetridOFF",RegularExpression["(?<!\\w)\\d+"]]
Out[4]= {}

This i thought would extract the numbers from the GetridOFF... but it
shows empty. :-(



I also Tried the way Derek has suggested

A =Import["new3.txt","Lines"];

In[1]:= InputForm[A[[1]]]
Out[1]//InputForm= "(300a,011c) DS [25\
\55]                                  #   6, 2 LeafJawPositions"

 the output does not contain each item in quotes instead it showed two
back slashes between the two numbers.
Does it mean any thing..

Thanks in advance for your time and suggestions

May








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