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jitterbug777
Advocate II
Advocate II

Delimeter removal in the Middle of numbers

543@456/456/334

 

I`m trying to skip the first delimiter and take out the first 6 numbers? 

so I get 543456, is there a way to do this in one go?

 

my thinking is I might just have to first to extract everything before the @ into a new column.

Then run the operation again to extract everything before the / forward slash, to take those next 3 figures into a new column.

Then merge those 2 new columns.


Is this an M code situation?

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AlienSx
Super User
Super User

Text.Start(Text.Remove(your_text, "@"), 6) 

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Vijay_A_Verma
Super User
Super User

Another alternative where Data is column name

Text.Start(Text.Select([Data],{"0".."9"}),6)

 

AlienSx
Super User
Super User

Text.Start(Text.Remove(your_text, "@"), 6) 

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