Sometimes you need to split text using a delimiter such as space, comma, semicolon, colon, etc. This tool allows you to do that by letting you choose the delimiter you want.
1. Split Type
Use this setting to select the type of split to perform. You can choose between:-
The character you specify here splits the input text. For example, if you select the comma character, a new chunk is created every time we find a comma. You can even specify multi-characters such as a comma followed by a space.
The regular expression specified here splits the input into chunks. Use this to do things like extract words from a paragraph of text. Consider the following input: Hola! This right here, is a paragraph of text.
The regex: [.,;!?\s]+ will give the following output
Hola This right here is a paragraph of text
This setting splits text into chunks of the specified length. The last part can be smaller than this length.
The character(s) to split the text by (default is space)
The regular expression to break the text by (default is multiple spaces)
4. Multiline Regex
Turns on/off multiline mode of regex
Splits text at the exact length you specify here. The last chunk can be smaller than this length.
6. Output Delimiter
The character to be placed between each output chunk (default is newline)
7. Chunk Prefix
The string to add before each chunk
8. Chunk Postfix
The characters to add after each chunk
9. Remove Empty
Removes empty values when you turn on this option
- Oct 10, 2021
- Regex & length split, output delimiter, prefix and postfix support
- Mar 27, 2022
- Multi-line Regex support
- Jun 19, 2018
- Tool Launched