Seconds, thirds, fourths?

(imported topic written by SystemAdmin)

Is there a way to parse by anything other than the first or last iteration in a string of text? Example:

following texts of firsts “”

What if I want the text following the second or third “”?

Thank you for your time in advance!

(imported comment written by MattBoyd)

This should work:

(following texts of firsts “” of it) of (following texts of firsts “” of it) of (following texts of firsts “” of it) of “\this\is\a\test”

(imported comment written by NoahSalzman)

Here is another way to do it:

Q: parenthesized parts (1;2;3) of matches (regex "^\\(

a-z

+)\(

a-z

+)\(

a-z

+)") of “\this\is\a\test”

A: this

A: is

A: a

Just pick the parenthesized part that you need.

(imported comment written by SystemAdmin)

Fantastic. I can see the usefulness of both methods immediately, but boyd’s solution works best for the issue I am trying to resolve. Thank you!