StringSplitOptions Wyliczenie

Definicja

Określa, czy stosowane przeciążenia metod Split uwzględniają lub pomijają puste podciągi z wartości zwracanej.Specifies whether applicable Split method overloads include or omit empty substrings from the return value.

To wyliczenie ma atrybut FlagsAttribute zezwalający na bitową kombinację jego wartości składowych.

public enum class StringSplitOptions
[System.Flags]
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(false)]
public enum StringSplitOptions
type StringSplitOptions = 
Public Enum StringSplitOptions
Dziedziczenie
StringSplitOptions
Atrybuty

Pola

None 0

Wartość zwracana zawiera elementy tablicy, które zawierają pusty ciąg.The return value includes array elements that contain an empty string.

RemoveEmptyEntries 1

Wartość zwracana nie zawiera elementów tablicy, które zawierają pusty ciąg.The return value does not include array elements that contain an empty string.

Przykłady

Poniższy przykład używa wyliczenia StringSplitOptions, aby uwzględnić lub wykluczyć podciągi wygenerowane przez metodę String.Split:The following example uses the StringSplitOptions enumeration to include or exclude substrings generated by the String.Split method:

// This example demonstrates the String.Split(Char[], Boolean) and 
//                               String.Split(Char[], Int32, Boolean) methods
using namespace System;
void Show( array<String^>^entries )
{
   Console::WriteLine( "The return value contains these {0} elements:", entries->Length );
   System::Collections::IEnumerator^ myEnum = entries->GetEnumerator();
   while ( myEnum->MoveNext() )
   {
      String^ entry = safe_cast<String^>(myEnum->Current);
      Console::Write( "<{0}>", entry );
   }

   Console::Write( "{0}{0}", Environment::NewLine );
}

int main()
{
   String^ s = ",one,,,two,,,,,three,,";
   array<Char>^sep = gcnew array<Char>{
      ','
   };
   array<String^>^result;
   
   //
   Console::WriteLine( "The original string is \"{0}\".", s );
   Console::WriteLine( "The separation character is '{0}'.", sep[ 0 ] );
   Console::WriteLine();
   
   //
   Console::WriteLine( "Split the string and return all elements:" );
   result = s->Split( sep, StringSplitOptions::None );
   Show( result );
   
   //
   Console::WriteLine( "Split the string and return all non-empty elements:" );
   result = s->Split( sep, StringSplitOptions::RemoveEmptyEntries );
   Show( result );
   
   //
   Console::WriteLine( "Split the string and return 2 elements:" );
   result = s->Split( sep, 2, StringSplitOptions::None );
   Show( result );
   
   //
   Console::WriteLine( "Split the string and return 2 non-empty elements:" );
   result = s->Split( sep, 2, StringSplitOptions::RemoveEmptyEntries );
   Show( result );
}

/*
This example produces the following results:

The original string is ",one,,,two,,,,,three,,".
The separation character is ','.

Split the string and return all elements:
The return value contains these 12 elements:
<><one><><><two><><><><><three><><>

Split the string and return all non-empty elements:
The return value contains these 3 elements:
<one><two><three>

Split the string and return 2 elements:
The return value contains these 2 elements:
<><one,,,two,,,,,three,,>

Split the string and return 2 non-empty elements:
The return value contains these 2 elements:
<one><,,two,,,,,three,,>

*/
// This example demonstrates the String() methods that use
// the StringSplitOptions enumeration.
string s1 = ",ONE,,TWO,,,THREE,,";
string s2 = "[stop]" +
            "ONE[stop][stop]" +
            "TWO[stop][stop][stop]" +
            "THREE[stop][stop]";
char[] charSeparators = new char[] {','};
string[] stringSeparators = new string[] {"[stop]"};
string[] result;
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Split a string delimited by characters.
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Console.WriteLine("1) Split a string delimited by characters:\n");

// Display the original string and delimiter characters.
Console.WriteLine("1a )The original string is \"{0}\".", s1);
Console.WriteLine("The delimiter character is '{0}'.\n", 
                   charSeparators[0]);

// Split a string delimited by characters and return all elements.
Console.WriteLine("1b) Split a string delimited by characters and " +
                  "return all elements:");
result = s1.Split(charSeparators, StringSplitOptions.None);
Show(result);

// Split a string delimited by characters and return all non-empty elements.
Console.WriteLine("1c) Split a string delimited by characters and " +
                  "return all non-empty elements:");
result = s1.Split(charSeparators, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
Show(result);

// Split the original string into the string and empty string before the 
// delimiter and the remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
Console.WriteLine("1d) Split a string delimited by characters and " +
                  "return 2 elements:");
result = s1.Split(charSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.None);
Show(result);

// Split the original string into the string after the delimiter and the 
// remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
Console.WriteLine("1e) Split a string delimited by characters and " +
                  "return 2 non-empty elements:");
result = s1.Split(charSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
Show(result);

// ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Split a string delimited by another string.
// ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Console.WriteLine("2) Split a string delimited by another string:\n");

// Display the original string and delimiter string.
Console.WriteLine("2a) The original string is \"{0}\".", s2);
Console.WriteLine("The delimiter string is \"{0}\".\n", stringSeparators[0]);

// Split a string delimited by another string and return all elements.
Console.WriteLine("2b) Split a string delimited by another string and " +
                  "return all elements:");
result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, StringSplitOptions.None);
Show(result);

// Split the original string at the delimiter and return all non-empty elements.
Console.WriteLine("2c) Split a string delimited by another string and " +
                  "return all non-empty elements:");
result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
Show(result);

// Split the original string into the empty string before the 
// delimiter and the remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
Console.WriteLine("2d) Split a string delimited by another string and " +
                  "return 2 elements:");
result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.None);
Show(result);

// Split the original string into the string after the delimiter and the 
// remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
Console.WriteLine("2e) Split a string delimited by another string and " + 
                  "return 2 non-empty elements:");
result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);
Show(result);

// Display the array of separated strings using a local function
void Show(string[] entries)
{
    Console.WriteLine("The return value contains these {0} elements:", entries.Length);
    foreach (string entry in entries)
    {
        Console.Write("<{0}>", entry);
    }
    Console.Write("\n\n");
}

/*
This example produces the following results:

1) Split a string delimited by characters:

1a )The original string is ",ONE,,TWO,,,THREE,,".
The delimiter character is ','.

1b) Split a string delimited by characters and return all elements:
The return value contains these 9 elements:
<><ONE><><TWO><><><THREE><><>

1c) Split a string delimited by characters and return all non-empty elements:
The return value contains these 3 elements:
<ONE><TWO><THREE>

1d) Split a string delimited by characters and return 2 elements:
The return value contains these 2 elements:
<><ONE,,TWO,,,THREE,,>

1e) Split a string delimited by characters and return 2 non-empty elements:
The return value contains these 2 elements:
<ONE><TWO,,,THREE,,>

2) Split a string delimited by another string:

2a) The original string is "[stop]ONE[stop][stop]TWO[stop][stop][stop]THREE[stop][stop]".
The delimiter string is "[stop]".

2b) Split a string delimited by another string and return all elements:
The return value contains these 9 elements:
<><ONE><><TWO><><><THREE><><>

2c) Split a string delimited by another string and return all non-empty elements:
The return value contains these 3 elements:
<ONE><TWO><THREE>

2d) Split a string delimited by another string and return 2 elements:
The return value contains these 2 elements:
<><ONE[stop][stop]TWO[stop][stop][stop]THREE[stop][stop]>

2e) Split a string delimited by another string and return 2 non-empty elements:
The return value contains these 2 elements:
<ONE><TWO[stop][stop][stop]THREE[stop][stop]>

*/

' This example demonstrates the String() methods that use
' the StringSplitOptions enumeration.
Class Sample
    Public Shared Sub Main() 
        Dim s1 As String = ",ONE,,TWO,,,THREE,,"
        Dim s2 As String = "[stop]" & _
                           "ONE[stop][stop]" & _
                           "TWO[stop][stop][stop]" & _
                           "THREE[stop][stop]"
        Dim charSeparators() As Char = {","c}
        Dim stringSeparators() As String = {"[stop]"}
        Dim result() As String
        ' ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        ' Split a string delimited by characters.
        ' ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Console.WriteLine("1) Split a string delimited by characters:" & vbCrLf)
        
        ' Display the original string and delimiter characters.
        Console.WriteLine("1a )The original string is ""{0}"".", s1)
        Console.WriteLine("The delimiter character is '{0}'." & vbCrLf, charSeparators(0))
        
        ' Split a string delimited by characters and return all elements.
        Console.WriteLine("1b) Split a string delimited by characters and " & _
                          "return all elements:")
        result = s1.Split(charSeparators, StringSplitOptions.None)
        Show(result)
        
        ' Split a string delimited by characters and return all non-empty elements.
        Console.WriteLine("1c) Split a string delimited by characters and " & _
                          "return all non-empty elements:")
        result = s1.Split(charSeparators, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries)
        Show(result)
        
        ' Split the original string into the string and empty string before the 
        ' delimiter and the remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
        Console.WriteLine("1d) Split a string delimited by characters and " & _
                          "return 2 elements:")
        result = s1.Split(charSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.None)
        Show(result)
        
        ' Split the original string into the string after the delimiter and the 
        ' remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
        Console.WriteLine("1e) Split a string delimited by characters and " & _
                          "return 2 non-empty elements:")
        result = s1.Split(charSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries)
        Show(result)
        
        ' ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        ' Split a string delimited by another string.
        ' ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Console.WriteLine("2) Split a string delimited by another string:" & vbCrLf)
        
        ' Display the original string and delimiter string.
        Console.WriteLine("2a) The original string is ""{0}"".", s2)
        Console.WriteLine("The delimiter string is ""{0}""." & vbCrLf, stringSeparators(0))
        
        ' Split a string delimited by another string and return all elements.
        Console.WriteLine("2b) Split a string delimited by another string and " & _
                          "return all elements:")
        result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, StringSplitOptions.None)
        Show(result)
        
        ' Split the original string at the delimiter and return all non-empty elements.
        Console.WriteLine("2c) Split a string delimited by another string and " & _
                          "return all non-empty elements:")
        result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries)
        Show(result)
        
        ' Split the original string into the empty string before the 
        ' delimiter and the remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
        Console.WriteLine("2d) Split a string delimited by another string and " & _
                          "return 2 elements:")
        result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.None)
        Show(result)
        
        ' Split the original string into the string after the delimiter and the 
        ' remainder of the original string after the delimiter.
        Console.WriteLine("2e) Split a string delimited by another string and " & _
                          "return 2 non-empty elements:")
        result = s2.Split(stringSeparators, 2, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries)
        Show(result)
    
    End Sub
    
    
    ' Display the array of separated strings.
    Public Shared Sub Show(ByVal entries() As String) 
        Console.WriteLine("The return value contains these {0} elements:", entries.Length)
        Dim entry As String
        For Each entry In  entries
            Console.Write("<{0}>", entry)
        Next entry
        Console.Write(vbCrLf & vbCrLf)
    
    End Sub
End Class
'
'This example produces the following results:
'
'1) Split a string delimited by characters:
'
'1a )The original string is ",ONE,,TWO,,,THREE,,".
'The delimiter character is ','.
'
'1b) Split a string delimited by characters and return all elements:
'The return value contains these 9 elements:
'<><ONE><><TWO><><><THREE><><>
'
'1c) Split a string delimited by characters and return all non-empty elements:
'The return value contains these 3 elements:
'<ONE><TWO><THREE>
'
'1d) Split a string delimited by characters and return 2 elements:
'The return value contains these 2 elements:
'<><ONE,,TWO,,,THREE,,>
'
'1e) Split a string delimited by characters and return 2 non-empty elements:
'The return value contains these 2 elements:
'<ONE><TWO,,,THREE,,>
'
'2) Split a string delimited by another string:
'
'2a) The original string is "[stop]ONE[stop][stop]TWO[stop][stop][stop]THREE[stop][stop]".
'The delimiter string is "[stop]".
'
'2b) Split a string delimited by another string and return all elements:
'The return value contains these 9 elements:
'<><ONE><><TWO><><><THREE><><>
'
'2c) Split a string delimited by another string and return all non-empty elements:
'The return value contains these 3 elements:
'<ONE><TWO><THREE>
'
'2d) Split a string delimited by another string and return 2 elements:
'The return value contains these 2 elements:
'<><ONE[stop][stop]TWO[stop][stop][stop]THREE[stop][stop]>
'
'2e) Split a string delimited by another string and return 2 non-empty elements:
'The return value contains these 2 elements:
'<ONE><TWO[stop][stop][stop]THREE[stop][stop]>
'

Uwagi

Metoda String.Split zwraca tablicę podciągów w danym ciągu, które są rozdzielane przez określone znaki lub ciągi.The String.Split method returns an array of the substrings in a given string that are delimited by specified characters or strings. Sąsiadujące ograniczniki dają element tablicy, który zawiera pusty ciąg ("").Adjacent delimiters yield an array element that contains an empty string (""). Wartości wyliczenia StringSplitOptions określają, czy element tablicy zawierający pusty ciąg jest zawarty w zwracanej tablicy.The values of the StringSplitOptions enumeration specify whether an array element that contains an empty string is included in the returned array.

Określ None wartość, aby wywołać domyślne zachowanie metody String.Split, która ma zwrócić tablicę pustych podciągów i podciągów, które nie są puste.Specify the None value to invoke the default behavior of the String.Split method, which is to return an array of both empty substrings and substrings that are not empty. Określ RemoveEmptyEntries wartość, aby spowodować, że metoda String.Split zwróci tablicę składającą się wyłącznie z podciągów, które nie są puste.Specify the RemoveEmptyEntries value to cause the String.Split method to return an array consisting solely of substrings that are not empty.

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