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12.1.0 released on Sep 19, 2022

count-substring



PURPOSE:


Count substrings.

SYNTAX:


count-substring <substring> in <string> to [ define ] <count> [ case-insensitive ]


DESCRIPTION:


count-substring counts the number of occurrences of <substring> in <string> and stores the result in <count> (specified in "to" clause), which can be created with "define" if it does not exist. By default, search is case-sensitive. If you use "case-insensitive" clause, however, the search is case-insensitive.

If <substring> is empty ("") or NULL, <count> is 0.

EXAMPLES:


In the following example, 1 occurrence will be found after the first count-substring, and 2 after the second (since case insensitive search is used there):
char sub[] = "world";
char str[] = "Hello world and hello World!";

count-substring sub in str to define num_occ
pf-out "Found %lld occurrences!\n", num_occ

count-substring sub in str to num_occ case-insensitive
pf-out "Found %lld occurrences!\n", num_occ


SEE ALSO:


Strings ( copy-string   count-substring   lower-string   split-string   trim-string   upper-string   write-string  )  SEE ALL (documentation)



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