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I am trying to seperate data in a field. For example the data in my field looks like this: Coldwell Banker Residential - IL - Waukegan...I need to get rid of everything before Waukegan. In other words I want it to display only the town. I can do it with the mid function, however, there is one name that looks like this: Coldwell Banker - NRT, so my "mid" formula doesn't apply. Can you help me out?

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Will the name of the town always follow a – two letter abbreviation and another – ? If that is the case you could just look for the second dash in the field and pull everything after that.

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  • carlosdl
    The first thing you need to define is what will be the criteria to decide where the town starts. Also, this could be done in the SQL query, but how to do it will depend on the database, which you did not specify. Please provide more details.
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