Delimited strings are strings that contain different fields separated by a single delimiter character. For example an ordinary sentence is a series of words separated by a single space. A text record in a file may contain a series of fields separated by a comma. A file path is a series of directory names separated by a slash "/".
Here are a few examples of delimited strings.
"The quick brown fox jumped over the moon."
There is a set of Basic functions designed to deal with delimited strings. For the purposes of this manual, individual fields within a delimited string are referred to as Items.
The following functions count, locate, insert, extract and remove individual items within delimited strings.