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How to use asterisk wildcard with the Replace String component?

Hi my friends ,

I have one set of strings to opreate on ,some of which contain "(...)". I want to delete all the (...)s .But I donot know how to use asterisk wildcard to achieve this .I need your help ! Thanks in advance .

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Comment by Danny Boyes on March 28, 2012 at 8:37am

I don't think you can.

Comment by Alpha222 on March 28, 2012 at 8:25am

Hi Danny,

It is my fault to post a question as one blog .I thought I had posted it in the discussion scetion .Sorry ! And never again !

Your picture helps !Thanks .
It's possible to move this post to the Discussion section now??
Comment by Danny Boyes on March 28, 2012 at 3:00am

Hi Alpha,

Unless David changes the code for this component it will not accept * as special characters. Add it to a wish list.

In the mean time you can use this method to split a flat list of strings at the brackets and rejoin them in order to remove them. It will only work with none or one set of brackets in a string item.

I cannot post a gh file in a comment for a blog so if you cannot figure it out from the image PM me.

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