The function modified text.
The character string to examine. The parentheses characters " ( " and " ) " have special meaning. If present, they enclose a regular expression argument. If you want parentheses characters to be part of the text, you must precede them with " \ " characters.
A regular expression that contains one or more search arguments. Refer to for detailed information.
Extract regular expression tags. options same as regex_match.
The REGEX_SPLIT() function searches Text for one or more matches to Search_Expression and returns each matching string on its own line. Search_Expression can have multiple search arguments (separated by '|' characters).
The following example has one regular expression search argument: [a-z]+. Its meanings is: any number of alphabetic characters.
? regex_split("some strings 1 2","([a-z]+)") = some strings
The following example has two regular expression search arguments separated by the " | " character: [a-z]+ and [0-9]+. Their meanings are: any number of alphabetic characters and any number of numeric characters.
? regex_split("one 12312 word ? some1","([a-z]+|[0-9]+)") = one 12312 word some 1