Split string into numbers in Excel VBA

mathsbeauty

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The string can be like "abc123(456 k789)". It is to be splitted in array like array[0]=123, array[1]=456, array[2]= 789. So the problem is to split array based on numbers.
 

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steve the fish

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Office Version
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Try this:

Code:
Dim s As String

s = "abc123(456 k789)"

With CreateObject("vbscript.regexp")
    .Pattern = "[^0-9]"
    .Global = True
    .IgnoreCase = True
    arr = Split(Application.Trim(.Replace(s, " ")), " ")
End With
 

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