strsplitsplit a string into a vector of stringsSyntax
v = strsplit(str,ind)
[v, matched_separators] = strsplit(str)
[v, matched_separators] = strsplit(str, matrix_of_strings, limit)
[v, matched_separators] = strsplit(str, regexp_pattern, limit)
Argumentsstra character string to split.ind
a vector of strictly increasing indices in the interval
[1 length(str)-1].
v
the resulting column vector of string (dimension >size(ind,'*')+1).
matched_separators
a column vector of the matched separators.
matrix_of_strings
a matrix of strings to search in str.
regexp_patterna regular expression pattern.limitmaximum of limit elements.Descriptionv= strsplit(str, ind) splits the string
str into a vector of strings at the points given by the
indices in ind (after each characters pointed to by the
index in ind).
strsplit(str) returns same thing as
strsplit(str,1:length(str)-1).strsplit(str, regexp_pattern, limit) returns an
column vector of strings, each of which is a substring of
str formed by splitting it on boundaries formed
by the case-sensitive regular expression pattern.
If there are n occurrences of pattern, the
returned array will contain n+1 items.
For example, if there is no occurrence of pattern, an array with
only one element will be returned. Of course, this is also true if str is empty.
If limit is set, the returned array will contain
a maximum of limit elements with the last element containing the
whole rest of string.
strsplit(str, matrix_of_strings, limit) splits
str on any of elements. It allows to
split on different separators for users without regexp knowledge.
If strsplit() is called with a second output
argument, the column vector of the matched separators is returned.
ExamplesSee also
part
strcat
tokens
regexp