I need to check whether the string contains “@” more than 1 time.
Please help me to solve this.
You can check the count of @ with following statement:
YourStringVariable.Count(Function ( c ) c.Equals("@"))
int cnt = 0 For Each c As Char In StringValue If c = "@" Then cnt += 1 End If Next Return cnt
Use this logic
Please try below:
Assign xValue = “a@b@c@d” As Generic Value
Count = xValue.Split("@").Length-1
Similar to @ppr 's response, I made a simple workflow that can be used to count the number of occurrences of a substring in a given string using Linq. It can also be used with a single character.CountSubstringOccurence.xaml (4.8 KB)
Hi @ppr is always showing the count as 0 for any variable.
@Owen_ACM thank you. it works perfectly.
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