How to strip everything but A-Z and 0-9 from a string ? but... 2020-01-31 13:51:25 Hi,I'm trying to strip non-alphabetical and non-numbers from string.Usecase:In ->File Operation->MoveI want to move selected music to another drive. Like: C:\music\A\Artist-beginning-with-A\...C:\music\B\Artist-beginning-with-B\......C:\music\Z\Artist-beginning-with-Z\...C:\music\#\Artist-beginning-with-everything-which-is-not-a-letter\..Every artist, which does not start with A-Z, will end up in the # folder.This snippet will identify the folder where to put the artist.Code: [Select]$if($strchr(ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ,$put(F,$upper($ascii($cut(%ARTIST%,1))))),$get(F),#)While this works great most of the time,for artists, like: !!! or Økapi or İzel (but not for Μιλτιάδης Πασχαλίδης or Артек Электроника)=> I don't want artists like ...But Alive to be in folder #, but in folder B.I tried to be smart, with stripping/replacing/cutting everything which is not A-Z and 0-9, but I failed on the too many characters...I even tried to trick out f2k to make a loop over a string, but I failed again.Code: [Select]$puts(Z,1)$repeat($puts(Z,$add($get(Z),1))$left(%ARTIST%,$get(Z)),$len(%ARTIST))So, how would I be able to:strip any non-alphabetical and non-number character from the beginning of a stringuntil an alphabetical or number character shows up?I'm sure, I always will have "problems" with artist like $tinkworx, but it will never be perfect...Any idea/hint/code is much welcome!