• I want to parse data from one field into two based upon criteria.

    I have lots of data with disparate information in one field and I need to take all information to the right of any * that might appear into a separate field? There will be an * about 10% of the time. Examples of the field in question. Example 1: CKD Stage I ****250.40/585.1 Example 2: /Prosthesis...

    JohnSouthFlorida5 pointsBadges:
  • How to parse text from a file and paste results into stationery in Notes 6.5

    Hello, I'm new to Lotusscript and have a question that probably won't be too difficult for a seasoned script writer. Every day I have to get the first three lines from a log file and paste them into a stationery form and email it out. The log file is a basic text file and the first three lines are...

    TenSigh5 pointsBadges:
  • How to parse a file for a specific pattern?

    Hello! i'm new to AS400, and I've been trying to figure out for the whole day how to have the similar behavior as the following unix command: grep "pattern" my_file exit $? 1) Grep a pattern in a log file 2) exit OK (or echo OKmessage) if the pattern is found,      exit NOT OK or echo NOT OK...

    Psjylife25 pointsBadges:
  • How to parse a HTML document in C#?

    I want to parse a HTML document in C#. i know that HTML and XML are not very compatible and parsing HTML documents with a XML parser will almost fail because of strict XML format. i googled and find some very nice HTML parsers written by several people. but i want to know: Does .NET Framework...

    Isaacarsenal5 pointsBadges:
  • How do you parse xml in COBOL when the message has repeating nodes

    The Documentation I've seen around COBOL XML parsing only speaks to single instances of a given node. What is the technique when the message has repeating (Unbounded) nodes for example: <Address> <Name></Name> <Name></Name> <Name></Name> ........

    HankSumner5 pointsBadges:
  • my question

    How to find the repeating charactar or letter in a string like 'information' in pl/sql or sql .

    Maneswar15 pointsBadges:
  • Same credentials with multiple parsing

    how can I use the same credentials to do multiple parsing??

    DeWet5 pointsBadges:

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