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Thursday, February 24, 2011 7:23 AM
Either way, what I am trying to accomplish is say for example I enter an e-mail email@example.com
What I am trying to learn to do is pull the text before and after the "@" symbol, essentially grabbing only the domain text and displaying it in one field [hotmail.com], and the name text in the other field [pancake]. I have just started learning inStr and mid so I may not be at this level yet. Regardless I would still like to learn how to do it from people who already fully understand how to utilize this function.
For this sake, let's say I already have the HTML code that would do this, with the fields named "beforeAt" and "afterAt"
<message edited by Wafflemonger on Thursday, February 24, 2011 7:27 AM>
I am currently attempting to learn ASP.NET scripting and have come a long way from response.write "Hello World" I currently have a book to assist me with scripting, however I am unable to find this in the book, or if it is in there, I do not fully understand it.