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# Problem 2073. Split a given string from the first instance of a given character

Solution 1214787

Submitted on 17 Jun 2017 by LY Cao
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### Test Suite

Test Status Code Input and Output
1   Pass
x='I want to split this: from this'; [y1,y2] = SplitString(x,':'); y1_correct = 'I want to split this'; y2_correct = ': from this'; assert(isequal(y1,y1_correct)) assert(isequal(y2,y2_correct))

y1 = 'I want to split this' y2 = ': from this'

2   Pass
x='This one does not have the divider'; [y1,y2] = SplitString(x,':') y1_correct = 'This one does not have the divider' y2_correct = '' assert(isequal(y1,y1_correct)) assert(isequal(y2,y2_correct))

y1 = 'This one does not have the divider' y2 = 0×0 empty char array y1 = 'This one does not have the divider' y2 = 0×0 empty char array y1_correct = 'This one does not have the divider' y2_correct = 0×0 empty char array

3   Pass
x='This sentence should, not have a comma.'; [y1,y2] = SplitString(x,',') y1_correct = 'This sentence should' y2_correct = ', not have a comma.' assert(isequal(y1,y1_correct)) assert(isequal(y2,y2_correct))

y1 = 'This sentence should' y2 = ', not have a comma.' y1 = 'This sentence should' y2 = ', not have a comma.' y1_correct = 'This sentence should' y2_correct = ', not have a comma.'

4   Pass
x='Divide only @ at the @ first instance of @.'; [y1,y2] = SplitString(x,'@') y1_correct = 'Divide only ' y2_correct = '@ at the @ first instance of @.' assert(isequal(y1,y1_correct)) assert(isequal(y2,y2_correct))

y1 = 'Divide only ' y2 = '@ at the @ first instance of @.' y1 = 'Divide only ' y2 = '@ at the @ first instance of @.' y1_correct = 'Divide only ' y2_correct = '@ at the @ first instance of @.'

5   Pass
x='Take that, and this, and something else.'; [y1,y2] = SplitString(x,',') y1_correct = 'Take that' y2_correct = ', and this, and something else.' assert(isequal(y1,y1_correct)) assert(isequal(y2,y2_correct))

y1 = 'Take that' y2 = ', and this, and something else.' y1 = 'Take that' y2 = ', and this, and something else.' y1_correct = 'Take that' y2_correct = ', and this, and something else.'