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C# explode function like in php

Just for note.

If you need the php explode function in C#,  you can use the following code:

public static string[] explode(string separator, string source) {
    return source.Split(new string[] { separator }, StringSplitOptions.None);
}

How to use it:

string[] resultsArray = StringUtils.explode("|","blah1|blah2|blah3");

The resulting array will contain the following 3 elements:
resultsArray[0]="blah1";
resultsArray[1]="blah2";
resultsArray[2]="blah3";

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

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One thought on “C# explode function like in php”

  1. You could also just initialize the more common way:
    string[] text =
    {
    “blah1”,
    “blah2”,
    “blah3”
    };

    Or a one-liner:
    string[] text = { “blah1”, “blah2”, “blah3” };

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