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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Feb 2, 2001

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Make A More Efficient Split Function for VB4 and VB5


This is a fast, efficient way to make a split function. For longer strings, performance can be improved by enlarging AllocUnits.
 
Public Function Split(strText As String, _
Optional Byval Delimited As String = vbNullString) As Variant

    Const AllocUnits = 10

    Dim Count As Long, startPos As Long, EndPos As Long
    Dim MaxSubscription As Long, DelimitedLen As Long

    If Len(Trim$(strText)) = 0 Then Exit Function
    If Len(Delimited) = 0 Then Delimited = 
Guoran Xie
 
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