Shae Matijs Erisson
Wed, 02 Apr 2003 20:46:25 +0200
> I have a string that needs to be split/tokenized based on a delimiter. This
> can easily be accomplished using 'break' if the delimiter is only 1
> character (i.e. break isSpace "this is a string"), but I can't see any way
> of using this for a delimiter with multiple characters.
> in this case, I have a string containing multiples fields seperated by *two*
> blank lines (\n\n). I can't just break on the newline character, as single
> newline characters can be found inside each field.
> any idea how I can do this without too much hassle?
There's a split function that does this in lambdabot's cvs tree:
Here's a demo:
Prelude Util> split "foo" "bazfoobarfooblipp"
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