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strings.splitAfterN() function

The strings.splitAfterN() function splits a string after a specified separator and returns an array of i substrings. Split substrings include the separator t.

Output data type: Array of strings

import "strings"

strings.splitAfterN(v: "a flux of foxes", t: " ", i: 3)

// returns ["a ", "flux ", "of foxes"]

Parameters

v

The string value to split.

Data type: String

t

The string value that acts as the separator.

Data type: String

i

The maximum number of split substrings to return. -1 returns all matching substrings. The last substring is the unsplit remainder.

Data type: Integer

Examples

Split a string into an array of substrings
import "strings"

data
  |> map (fn:(r) => strings.splitAfterN(v: r.searchTags, t: ","))

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