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Added in 1.9.0

$puttok(text,token,N,C)

Overwrites the Nth token in text with a new token.

N-N2 can be used to get a range of tokens, both numbers can be negative.
N- can be used to get all tokens from position N.

Parameters

text - The text to tokenize.
token - Token to put.
N - The Nth token to replace.
C - The ASCII value to tokenize by.

Example

; Replace the second token with 'e'.
//echo -ag $puttok(a.b.c.d,e,2,46)

; Print the second to third token to 'e'.
//echo -ag $puttok(a.b.c.d,e,2-3,46)

; Replace all tokens from position 2 to 'e'.
//echo -ag $puttok(a.b.c.d,e,2-,46)

Updated by Per Amundsen 8 months ago · 2 revisions

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