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breaking up a string in VB

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steveoo0oo
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heres my prob...the user inputs some info from a text box (they are two coordinates ie 200, 500)

what i need to do it break this number up, so that i can assign 2 variables, ie one that is 200 and the other 500


soooo basically the input is: 200, 500
and the output i want is: 200 and 500 each thier own value, without the comma in there at all....can anyone help with the code? or just type the code for me?

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Here's a little code snippet to demonstrate. Declare MyArray as an array, i as an integer, and pKeywords as a string.

pKeywords = "VB,OO,C#,Delphi"
MyArray = Split(pKeywords, ",", -1, 1)
  
If UBound(MyArray) > 0 Then
  For i = 0 to UBound(MyArray)
    '...do something with MyArray(i)...
  Next
End If

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Post ID #14128 (Level 1.1)  Reply to 5449
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cheddar
Lodi, CA
you can either use instr to find the comma or split to create an array out of your string and read each array element.
Eric Neff
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 Posted 17 years ago
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Post ID #5478 (Level 1.2)  Reply to 5449
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