To understand how this formula worked, we need to break it down: First, we used the FIND function to find the position of the ‘@’ character in the text: FIND (“@”, A2). We want all characters before (and not including) the “@” symbol. ... Finally, we used the LEFT function to extract only the characters starting from the left up to that index: LEFT (A2,FIND (“@”,A2)-1)
In the first line taking input from the user as a string. Further asking character as an input to replace in the provided string. The replace method creates a new string with the replaced character in the next line because the string in java is immutable.
To replace the tilde or wildcard characters in Excel, please do as follows: Select the range where you will replace the tilde or wildcard characters, and press Ctrl + H keys to open the Find and Replace dialog box. In the Find and Replace dialog box, under Replace tab, please type ~* in the Find what box, type the specified character you will replace within the Replace with ... Click the OK button in the popping out Microsoft Excel dialog box. And then close the Find and Replace dialog box.
"" ▶ refers to a null string in Excel. 3 ▶ refers to the last 3 characters in a text line. FIND (" ",D5)+1 ▶ finds the starting number of the last 3 characters. " " ▶ used for the detection of the end of a text line. =REPLACE (D5, FIND (" ",D5)+1, 3, "") ▶ truncates the last 3 characters i.e. “ Roy ” from the text “ Jason Roy ”.
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