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Published on Wed, 17 Mar 2010 11:23:00 GMT Indexed on 2010/03/17 11:41 UTC
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Suppose you are passing a string(for e.g.: “My name has 1 K, 2 A and 3 N”) which may contain integers, letters or special characters. I want to retrieve only numbers from the input string. We can implement it in many ways such as splitting the string into an array or by using TryParse method. I would like to share another idea, that’s by using Regular expressions. All you have to do is, create an instance of Regular Expression with a specified pattern for integer. Regular expression class defines a method called Split, which splits the specified input string based on the pattern provided during object initialization.
We can write the code as given below:
public static int SplitIdSeqenceValues(object combinedArgs)
var _argsSeperator = new Regex(@"\D+", RegexOptions.Compiled);
string splitedIntegers = _argsSeperator.Split(combinedArgs.ToString());
var args = new int[splitedIntegers.Length];
for (int i = 0; i < splitedIntegers.Length; i++)
args[i] = MakeSafe.ToSafeInt32(splitedIntegers[i]);
It would be better, if we set to RegexOptions.Compiled so that the regular expression will have performance boost by faster compilation.
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