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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 30, 1999

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Find Text Between Two Strings

This function is useful for returning a portion of a string between two points in the string. You could, for example, extract a range name returned by Excel found between parentheses:

 
Function Between(sText As String, sStart As _
	String, sEnd As String) As String
	Dim lLeft As Long, lRight As Long

	lLeft = InStr(sText, sStart) + (Len(sStart) - 1)
	lRight = InStr(lLeft + 1, sText, sEnd)

	If lRight > lLeft Then Between = _
		Mid$(sText, lLeft + 1, ((lRight - 1) - lLeft))
End Function

Note that it only works for the first occurrences of the start and stop delimiters.

Jeffrey Renton
 
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