CString split function ?

This is a discussion on CString split function ? within the Windows Programming forums, part of the Platform Specific Boards category; anybody knows if theres any function to split a string by a character.. for example i have: MessageŽMessageŽMessageŽMessageŽMessageŽMessageŽ.. .. and ...

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    CString split function ?

    anybody knows if theres any function to split a string by a character.. for example i have:
    MessageŽMessageŽMessageŽMessageŽMessageŽMessageŽ.. ..
    and i want to split all by the Ž character and just get "Message" in arrays of CString
    thanks

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    What you are looking for is to separate a string into tokens. This can be accomplished in C using strtok(). Here is the FAQ on strtok . And below is a sample program that seperates user input into tokens based on " "(spaces).
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <string.h>
    
    int main(void) {
    
        int j, i=0; // used to iterate through array
    
        char userInput[81], *token[80]; //user input and array to hold max possible tokens, aka 80.
    
        printf("Enter a line of text to be tokenized: ");
        fgets(userInput, sizeof(userInput), stdin);
    
        token[0] = strtok(userInput, " "); //get pointer to first token found and store in 0
                                           //place in array
        while(token[i]!= NULL) {   //ensure a pointer was found
            i++;
            token[i] = strtok(NULL, " "); //continue to tokenize the string
        }
        
        for(j = 0; j <= i-1; j++) {
            printf("%s\n", token[j]); //print out all of the tokens
        }
    
        return 0;
    }
    And here is my output:
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    hmm was thinking if there is another function in mfc for strings like there is in visual basic :P Split(start number,"string","separator",max splitings)
    anyway thanks i think i have to make my own function for that

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