Try the following
Hope this helps.VB:Sub SplitValue() Dim avarSplit As Variant avarSplit = Split(Range("A1").Value, ",") End Sub
I've looked at several threads on the forum relating to spliting a string, however there not quite answering the problem I have:
Within VBA I have a string that is actually taken from a cell, this could be any length and is a list of usernames seperated by a coma.
What I need to be able to do is split this string into an array, with each user name appearing in a different element of the array, i.e:
OrginalString = Fred,Smith
Split down to:
String(0) = Fred
String(1) = Smith
Does this make sense, any suggestions would be greatly recieved,
Here is an expansion of Batman's code which reports the length of each string that has been split.
VB:Sub SplitValue() Dim avarSplit As Variant Dim intIndex As Integer avarSplit = Split(Range("A1").Value, ",") For intIndex = LBound(avarSplit) To UBound(avarSplit) MsgBox "Item " & intIndex & " is " & avarSplit(intIndex) & _ " which is " & Len(avarSplit(intIndex)) & " characters long", vbInformation Next End Sub
Sorry to resurrect an old thread but this seems to be what i need but i cant seem to get it to work.
I have a cell that can have upto 10 figures in it.
They are in the format of 40, 31, 20
Ive used the code stated here but all i get is the 40. I would like to be able to split the string and add the numbers together. This is so i can get a total and an average value from them. Any ideas?
at the moment my code is
avarSplit = Split(Range("I8").Value, ",")
Cells(1, 1) = avarSplit
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