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As always when working with text cells, you can wrap with UPPER, LOWER or PROPER.

A B < B function >
1 Joe Bloggs JB opzioni binarie 2 ore =LEFT(A1)&MID(A1,FIND(” “,A1)+1,1)
2 joe bloggs JB rencontre 70 =UPPER(LEFT(A2)&MID(A2,FIND(” “,A2)+1,1))

I also found online  a funtion to manage three names – seems long so I imagine there is an easier way to do it, but it works:

A B < B function >
1 Joe John Bloggs JJB http://celebritysex.cz/?triores=dating-a-girl-12-years-younger&3e7=23 =IF(LEN(A1)-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,””))=0,LEFT(A1,1),IF(LEN(A1)-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,””))=1,LEFT(A1,1)&MID(A1,FIND(” “,A1)+1,1),LEFT(A1,1)&MID(A1,FIND(” “,A1)+1,1)&MID(A1,FIND(” “,A1,FIND(” “,A1)+1)+1,1)))

## Introduction

follow LEFT, bdswiss kostenlos RIGHT, here MID and go to link FIND are useful Excel functions to help you extract specific parts of text or numbers from a cell.

The examples below show how to extract a server name from Fully Qualified Domain Domain, how to extract server names from LDAP attribute name, how to extract specific octets from an IP address, how to extract text from inside specific characters and how to trim specific characters from the start or end on a cell contents.

### Use LEFT to extract server name from FQDN

If wanted add UPPER to enforce case

A B < B function >
1 servername servername =LEFT(A1,(FIND(“.”,A1&”.”)-1))
2 servername SERVERNAME =UPPER(LEFT(A2,(FIND(“.”,A2&”.”)-1)))

### Use LEFT and SUBSTITUTE extract specific octets from IP address

A B < B function >
1 192.168.1.1 192 =LEFT(A1,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,”.”,”~”,1))-1)
2 192.168.1.1 192.168 =LEFT(A2,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A2,”.”,”~”,2))-1)
3 192.168.1.1 192.168.1 =LEFT(A3,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A3,”.”,”~”,3))-1)
4 0 #VALUE =LEFT(A4,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A4,”.”,”~”,3))-1)

If the source cell value is paruvendu 71 rencontre 0 Excel will return http://ilvinopertutti.it/?tykios=opzioni-digitali-quando-depositare&b47=a1 #VALUE

To allow for this use IF to return 0

A B < B function >
1 192.168.1.1 192 =IF(A1<>0,(LEFT(A1,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,”.”,”~”,1))-1)),”0″)
2 192.168.1.1 192.168 =IF(A2<>0,(LEFT(A2,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A2,”.”,”~”,2))-1)),”0″)
3 192.168.1.1 192.168.1 =IF(A3<>0,(LEFT(A3,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A3,”.”,”~”,3))-1)),”0″)
4 0 0 =IF(A4<>0,(LEFT(A4,FIND(“~”,SUBSTITUTE(A4,”.”,”~”,3))-1)),”0″)

### Use MID and FIND to extract server name from LDAP attribute

MID is used to identify starting character of the server name – in this case the 4th

FIND is used to find the commas which is used to determine the end of the server name

A B < B function >
1 CN=servername,OU=Member Servers,DC=tecivo,DC=com servername =MID(A1,4,FIND(“,”,A1)-4)

### Use MID and FIND to extract text inside of brackets

A B < B function >
1 Integrated Lights-Out 3 (iLO 3) iLO 3 =MID(A1,FIND(“(“,A1)+1,FIND(“)”,A1)-FIND(“(“,A1)-1)

### Use LEFT and LEN to remove character(s) from end of text

e.g. to remove R from end of hostname of server located in cell A1
-1 determines how many characters to remove

A B < B function >
1 servernameR servername =LEFT(A1,LEN(A1)-1)

### Use RIGHT, LEFT and LEN Remove specific number of characters from a text entry – left side or right side

Remove a single character from the start of text – e.g. Q from Q2969339
-1 determines how many characters to remove

A B < B function >
1 Q2969339 2969339 =RIGHT(A1,LEN(B=A1)-1)

To do same but remove two characters from the right side of text – e.g. remove the Q and the R from 2969339QR

A B < B function >
1 2969339QR 2969339 =LEFT(A1,LEN(A1)-2)

## Introduction

SharePoint Lists support a number of functions similar to Excel.

Below shows how to use the MID function to create a new List column containing server hostnames derived from an existing column containing fully qualified domain names (FQDN).

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Create a new column ‘hostname‘ in the SharePoint list using Calculated column type and enter formula

`=MID([FQDN],1,FIND(".",[FQDN],1)-1)`

using data type Single line of text

Example

FQDN hostname < ‘hostname’ function >
1 dc.tecivo.local dc =MID([FQDN],1,FIND(“.”,[FQDN],1)-1)
2 exchange.tecivo.local exchange =MID([FQDN],1,FIND(“.”,[FQDN],1)-1)
3 sharepoint.tecivo.local sharepoint =MID([FQDN],1,FIND(“.”,[FQDN],1)-1)