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Find a capital letter in a string.

Hello, I have 10 strings and I need to search every sting for a capital letter. If there is a capital letter in a string I need to put the string in an array of strings. I don't know how to separate a string with a capital letter in it. If there is no capital letter than the string is skipped.  I tried using the Match Pattern function and it didn't help. Thanks in advance. 

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Okay... but what did you use for the pattern?

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find upperletter array strings.png

 

Meavy this could help you if I understood well the problem.

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I used [A-Z]+. I'm fairly new to LabView and i saw a guy using that line on YouTube.

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What did you do with the output of the "match pattern" search?  [A-Z]+ should work...

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Yeah that's what I needed. Thank you very much for the reply and help. 🙂 Cheers.

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I think your teacher will laugh at that solution.  😉

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Or... You could convert the string to an array of U8s and look for any value greater than 64 and less than 91, decimal.

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There is a function in the Comparison palette called Lexical Class.

 

http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361H-01/glang/lexical_class/

 

Sorry, couldn't find a youtube video showing how to use it Smiley Tongue

 

Contains Caps Test.png

 

Not the simplest, but as a beginner it teaches for loop, while loop and conditional outputs.


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