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From: Thore Karlsen (sid_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-18 11:05:23

On Sat, 18 Jun 2005 16:19:10 +0200, Yuval Ronen <ronen_yuval_at_[hidden]>

>I need to tokenize a string according to a delimiter sequence, rather
>than the common "any-of-characters" algorithm. What I mean is that if
>I'll use the sequence "ab" to split the string "1ab2ab3", I'll get {
>"1", "2", "3" }, but if I'll use the same "ab" sequence to split a
>slightly different "1ab2ba3" string, I'll get { "1", "2ba3" }.
>I've looked at the tokenizer lib and string_algo's split method, but
>couldn't find any evidence that any of them already contain such a
>feature. Is there such a thing in Boost?

You can use split iterators in string_algo:

string str = "1ab2ab3";
vector<string> results;

typedef boost::split_iterator<std::string::iterator>

for (string_split_iterator it = make_split_iterator(str,
   first_finder("ab")); it != string_split_iterator();

Be seeing you.

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