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- Subject: [mg121496] String Deletion
- From: Don <donabc at comcast.net>
- Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2011 06:27:08 -0400 (EDT)
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Given a simple list of strings:
list = List["Z:XBREG","Z:XBREH","Z:XBREI","Z:ZZ6P","Z:ZZ6Q","aye"]
how does one delete all the strings with a colon (:) anywhere in the string?
DeleteCases[list, ___:___] looks very logical and should work,
but of course it doesn't .
Also, there is a StringCases function which would seem
to correspond with the Cases function. There is a
DeleteCases function but no string counterpart, namely,
DeleteString function. Any reason for this?
Thanks in advance.
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