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anonguy456

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2022 1:12 pm
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I need to split a name based on space character i.e.,
if name = "abc defgh ijk" then
fname should have "abc"
mname should have "defgh"
lname should have "ijk".

Please give me some code by which i can achieve this.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2022 2:31 pm
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What have you tried yourself?
Anyway, locating a space and getting the length is rather trivial, one method:
Code:

         la    1,string       -> start               
a        ahi   1,1            bump ptr               
         cli    0(r1),c' '    test                   
         jne   a              continue if not blank   
         la    2,string       -> start               
         sr    1,2            get length of word     
         bctr  1,0            machine length of word 
         mvc   out(*-*),string                       
         ex    1,*-6         do copy                   

Note that it does not handle when the string starts with one or more blanks, nor does it check for string end. I leave that as an exercise to the OP. The MVC is executed twice, does it matter - perhaps.
Assembler purists will insist that you use the TRT intruction, but I think that the above is easier to understand.
I have written a couple of macros to count words and get words from a string, aka the REXX WORD and WORDS functions.They are available upon request.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2022 2:31 pm
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What have you tried yourself?
Anyway, locating a space and getting the length is rather trivial, one method:
Code:

         la    1,string       -> start               
a        ahi   1,1            bump ptr               
         cli    0(r1),c' '    test                   
         jne   a              continue if not blank   
         la    2,string       -> start               
         sr    1,2            get length of word     
         bctr  1,0            machine length of word 
         mvc   out(*-*),string                       
         ex    1,*-6         do copy                   

Note that it does not handle when the string starts with one or more blanks, nor does it check for string end. I leave that as an exercise to the OP. The MVC is executed twice, does it matter - perhaps.
Assembler purists will insist that you use the TRT intruction, but I think that the above is easier to understand.
I have written a couple of macros to count words and get words from a string, aka the REXX WORD and WORDS functions.They are available upon request.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2022 8:11 pm
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The OP left out important details
  1. Max length of any substring?
  2. What if a substring > max expected length?
  3. What if there are too many substrings?
  4. What do I do with the substrings?
Without these details we cannout produce realistic code.

As for TRT (or more realistically, SRST) the code as set forth by Mr. Jensen is more readable, though slightly slower that code written to use TRT or SRST.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2022 9:38 pm
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Today I'm in good mood, so trying to re-call this exercise from my head.
Lazy to test it; hope there is no serious bug. icon_razz.gif
Code:

         . . . . .
         LA    R3,FULLNAME     start of original field
         LA    R15,FULLNAME+L'FULLNAME  limit to scan - end of field
         LA    R2,FNAME        place for the first name
         LHI   R0,+3           the number of names to find
         MVC   FNAME,=CL15' '  cleanup output fields
         MVC   MNAME,=CL15' '  cleanup output fields
         MVC   LNAME,=CL15' '  cleanup output fields
* skip initial and/or intermediate spaces
LOOPWORD LR    R1,R3           running pointer, set to end of previous name   
FINDSTRT CLI   0(R1),C' '      check for name start
         JNE   SCANNAME        when found - then look for name end
         LA    R1,1(R1)        shift to next character
         CR    R1,R15          prevent over-parsing after field end
         JL    FINDSTRT        continue check for name start           
         J     STOPSCAN        end of input field - stop everything
* find single name
SCANNAME LR    R3,R1           remember the start of current name
FINDEND  CLI   0(R1),C' '      look for name-end
         JE    COPYNAME        when found - copy it to output field
         LA    R1,1(R1)        shift to next character
         CR    R1,R15          prevent over-parsing after field-end
         JL    FINDEND         continue looking for name end
* copy name part to its place
COPYNAME SR    R1,R3            real length of the scanned name
         LA    R3,0(R1,R3)      reset to the end of the scanned name
         CHI   R1,L'FNAME       compare to field size
         JLE   GOODSIZE
         LHI   R1,L'FNAME       truncate to allowed size
GOODSIZE EQU   *
         BCTR  R1,0             length minus 1, for MVC
         EX    R1,MOVENAME      copy the scanned name part
         LA    R2,L'FNAME(R2)   be ready to take the next name
         BCT   R0,LOOPWORD      if less than 3 names, then repeat the exercise
STOPSCAN EQU   *
* continue here with all split names (either 3 or less, if not present)
         . . . . .

         . . . . .
MOVENAME MVC   0(0,R2),0(R3)    template for copy name part
         . . . . .
FULLNAME DC    CL30'John V Ripper'
         . . . . .
FNAME    DS    CL15
MNAME    DS    CL15
LNAME    DS    CL15
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2022 6:40 am
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A more complete example, using BXLE/JXLE/BRXLE for loop control.
Code:
SPLIT    CSECT
         USING *,12
         SAVE  (14,12),,*
         LR    12,15
         LR    15,13
         LA    13,SAVEAREA
         ST    15,4(,13)
         ST    13,8(,15)
         LA    3,STRING
         LA    4,1
         LA    5,STRINGE
         LA    7,NAMES
         LA    8,L'NAMES
         LA    9,LASTNAME
A        CLI   0(3),C' '
         JNE   B
         JXLE  3,4,A
         J     F
B        LR    14,3
C        CLI   0(3),C' '
         JE    D
         JXLE  3,4,C
D        LR    15,3
         SR    15,14
         JP    E
         DC    H'0'
E        LR    0,7
         LR    1,8
         ICM   15,B'1000',=C' '
         MVCL  0,14
         JXLE  7,8,A
F        NOPR  0
         L     13,4(,13)
         RETURN (14,12),RC=0
SAVEAREA DC    9D'0'
         LTORG ,
NAMES    DC    3CL15' '
LASTNAME EQU   *-L'NAMES
STRING   DC    CL80'  JAMES E DOE'
STRINGE  EQU   *-1
         END   SPLIT

The example handles leading blanks correctly. The S0C1 ABEND executes if a substring length is <= 0 bytes, which should never happen. The MVCL inserts trailing blanks in each substring name, which the EX reg,MVC in Mr. Jensen's and Sergyken's samples do not do. FWIW, it did work, on the second try (and 3 assemblies).

In some ways it's not very realistic. It uses 6 registers for loop control, plus another 4 for the MVCL, though most code critics agree registers 14, 15, 0 and 1 are not all that useful much of the time. My code uses them for this purpose quite often. MVCL / CLCL can use an address in reg 0, which most instructions cannot do.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2022 5:09 pm
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Yesterday I supposed that the dream of the TS was something like this:
Code:
         . . . . .
         WORDSCAN FROM=FULLNAME,TO=XNAMES,WORDS=3
         . . . . .
FULLNAME DC    CL50'  Frank John Fitzgerald'
         . . . . .
XNAMES   DS    3CL15      space for 3 output names
         . . . . .

But my yesterday's message was removed by moderators, though my intention was to inspire someone to present something similar to that solution.

Since my attempt is not appreciated, I try to do it myself.
Code:
         MACRO
&NAME    WORDSCAN &FROM=,&TO=,&WORDS=1
**========================================================
** The macro to split a character string by words
** Registers 0, 1, 14, and 15 are used as working storage
**========================================================
&NAME    LA    14,&FROM       start of original field
         LA    15,&TO         place for the first name
         LHI   0,&WORDS       the number of names to find
* skip leading and/or intermediate spaces
L&SYSNDX LR    1,14           running pointer, set to end of previous name   
B&SYSNDX CLI   0(1),C' '      check for name start
         JNE   S&SYSNDX       when found - then look for name end
         LA    1,1(1)         shift to next character
         CL    1,=A(&FROM+L’&FROM) prevent over-parsing after field end
         JL    B&SYSNDX       continue check for name start           
         J     X&SYSNDX       end of input field - stop everything
M&SYSNDX MVC   0(0,15),0(14)  template for copy name part
* find single name
S&SYSNDX LR    14,1           remember the start of current name
E&SYSNDX CLI   0(1),C' '      look for name-end
         JE    C&SYSNDX       when found - copy it to output field
         LA    1,1(1)         shift to next character
         CL    1,=A(&FROM+L’&FROM) prevent over-parsing after field-end
         JL    E&SYSNDX       continue looking for name end
* copy name part to its place
C&SYSNDX SR    1,14           real length of the scanned name
         AR    14,1           remember the end of the scanned name
         CHI   1,L’&TO        compare to output field size
         JLE   G&SYSNDX
         LHI   1,L’&TO        truncate to allowed size
G&SYSNDX EQU   *
         MVC   0(L'&TO,15),=CL(L'&TO)' ' cleanup output field
         BCTR  1,0            length minus 1, for MVC
         EX    1,M&SYSNDX     copy the scanned name part
         LA    15,L’&TO.(15)  be ready to take the next name
         BCT   0,L&SYSNDX     if less than WORDS number, then repeat the exercise
X&SYSNDX EQU   *
* continue here with all split names (either &WORDS or less, if not present)
         MEND
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2022 2:15 pm
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@sergeyken, "inspire someone to present something similar"
Ok, here is my take. An external macro SETREG is required and is available at harders-jensen.com
Code:
         Macro
.*-
.* Return address and length of word.                           STRMACS
.* Using blank or specified char as delimiter .
.*
.* Syntax
.*  STRWORD  string-addr,string-len,number,DLM=d
.*  STRWORD  STR=(string-addr,string-len),NUM=number,DLM=d
.*           string-len default is length of string-addr
.*
.* Afterwards r1 -> word, r0 = word length. Both are zero if
.* word is not found.
.*
.* The  macro calls an internally generated subroutine. This
.* shortens the code length for multiple executions, though
.* adds a bit of program complexity.
.*
.* Notes
.*  Registes 0,1,14,15 are used by the macro
.*  External macro SETREG is used to setup parameters
.*  I know I should use TRT instead of loops, but TRT itself is
.*  expensive and somewhat complicated to set up, hence the loops.
.*
.* Author
.*     Willy Jensen
.*     mail: willy@harders-jensen.com
.*     web : http://harders-jensen.com/wjtech
.*
.* History
.* 2020-11-16  Created
.* 2021-03-15  Add DLM= parameter
.* 2021-07-19  Remove test for string-len, as it will be defaulted
.* 2021-12-29  Add STR= and NUM= parameters
.*-
&ml      STRWORD &pa,&pl,&pn,&copyto=,&dlm==c' ',&str=,&num=
         gblb  &$STRWORD
         gblc  &$SETREGLC
         lclc  &sloc,&l
&l       setc  'ZSW&sysndx'
&sloc    setc  '&sysloc'
         aif   (k'&pa eq 0 and n'&str eq 0).p1e
.*       aif   (k'&pl eq 0).p2e
         aif   (k'&pn eq 0 and k'&num eq 0).p3e
         ago   .pok
.p1e     mnote 8,'*** addres parm missing'
         mexit
.p2e     mnote 8,'*** length parm missing'
         mexit
.p3e     mnote 8,'*** number parm missing'
         mexit
.pok     anop
         SETREG r0,&str(1),&pa
         SETREG r1,&str(2),&pl,&$SETREGLC
         SETREG r15,&num,&pn
         SETREG r14,&dlm
         icm   r15,8,0(r14)
         l     r14,=v(ZSTRWORD)
         basr  r14,r14
.* copyto
         aif   (k'&copyto eq 0).cp99
.*       ltr   r14,r0                   copy length
.*       jz    &l.n                     no data
         clfi  r0,1
         jl    &l.n
         lr    r14,r0
         SETREG r15,&copyto
         bctr  r14,0
         j     &l.m
         mvc   0(*-*,r15),0(r1)
&l.m     ex    r14,*-6
&l.n     equ   *
.cp99    anop
.* copyto end
.*-
.* module
.*  r12   basereg
.*  r6    number of word to return
.*  r5    current word number
.*  r4    string length
.*  r3    string address
.*
.* Entry
.*  r14   return
.*  r15   number
.*  r0    string address
.*  r1    string length
.*
.* Returns
.*  r0    word length or zero
.*  r1    word address or zero
.*-
         aif   (&$STRWORD).x           already done
&$STRWORD setb 1
&s       setc  '&sysloc'
ZSTRWORD Amode 31
ZSTRWORD Rmode any
         push  using
* Init
&l       setc  'ZSTRWORD'
ZSTRWORD CSECT
         stm   r14,r12,12(r13)
         balr  r12,0
         ahi   r12,ZSTRWORD-*
         using ZSTRWORD,r12
.* setup, copy parameters
         sr    r5,r5                   init number
         sr    r2,r2                   resultant word length
         lr    r7,r15                  setup
         srl   r7,24                     delimiter
         sll   r15,8                   remove
         srl   r15,8                     delimiter
         ltr   r6,r15                  word number
         jz    &l.90                   back now if zero
         ltr   r3,r0                   string address
         jz    &l.90                   back now if zero
         ltr   r4,r1                   string length
         jz    &l.90                   back now if zero
         ar    r4,r3                   -> past string
         bctr  r4,0                    -> last byte of string
* Locate non-blank = start of word
&l.10    equ   *
.*       cli   0(r3),c' '
         clm   r7,1,0(r3)
         jne   &l.20                   start of word
&l.12    equ   *
         cr    r3,r4                   at last??
         jnl   &l.90                   yup, back
         la    r3,1(,r3)
         j     &l.10
* Locate blank = end of word
&l.20    equ   *
         lr    r1,r3                   save address
         la    r5,1(,r5)               num+1
&l.22    equ   *
.*       cli   0(r3),c' '
         clm   r7,1,0(r3)
         je    &l.26
         cr    r3,r4                   at last??
         jnl   &l.28                   yes
&l.24    equ   *
         la    r3,1(,r3)
         j     &l.22
&l.26    equ   *                       blank found
         cr    r5,r6                   the one we want?
         jne   &l.12                   nope
         j     &l.60                   yes
* not end of text but end of string
&l.28    equ   *                       blank found
         cr    r5,r6                   the one we want?
         la    r3,1(,r3)               prep for length
* word found, get length
&l.60    sr    r3,r1                   get length
         lr    r2,r3                   copy length
* Back
&l.90    equ   *
         l     r14,12(r13)             restore return address
         ltr   r0,r2                   found??
         jnz   *+6
         sr    r1,r1                   set address to zero too
         lr    r15,r0                  copy length
         lm    r2,r12,28(r13)          restore other regs
         bsm   0,r14                   return
         pop   using
&sloc    Loctr                         resume main
.x       MEND
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2022 2:15 pm
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@sergeyken, "inspire someone to present something similar"
Ok, here is my take. An external macro SETREG is required and is available at harders-jensen.com
Code:
         Macro
.*-
.* Return address and length of word.                           STRMACS
.* Using blank or specified char as delimiter .
.*
.* Syntax
.*  STRWORD  string-addr,string-len,number,DLM=d
.*  STRWORD  STR=(string-addr,string-len),NUM=number,DLM=d
.*           string-len default is length of string-addr
.*
.* Afterwards r1 -> word, r0 = word length. Both are zero if
.* word is not found.
.*
.* The  macro calls an internally generated subroutine. This
.* shortens the code length for multiple executions, though
.* adds a bit of program complexity.
.*
.* Notes
.*  Registes 0,1,14,15 are used by the macro
.*  External macro SETREG is used to setup parameters
.*  I know I should use TRT instead of loops, but TRT itself is
.*  expensive and somewhat complicated to set up, hence the loops.
.*
.* Author
.*     Willy Jensen
.*     mail: willy@harders-jensen.com
.*     web : http://harders-jensen.com/wjtech
.*
.* History
.* 2020-11-16  Created
.* 2021-03-15  Add DLM= parameter
.* 2021-07-19  Remove test for string-len, as it will be defaulted
.* 2021-12-29  Add STR= and NUM= parameters
.*-
&ml      STRWORD &pa,&pl,&pn,&copyto=,&dlm==c' ',&str=,&num=
         gblb  &$STRWORD
         gblc  &$SETREGLC
         lclc  &sloc,&l
&l       setc  'ZSW&sysndx'
&sloc    setc  '&sysloc'
         aif   (k'&pa eq 0 and n'&str eq 0).p1e
.*       aif   (k'&pl eq 0).p2e
         aif   (k'&pn eq 0 and k'&num eq 0).p3e
         ago   .pok
.p1e     mnote 8,'*** addres parm missing'
         mexit
.p2e     mnote 8,'*** length parm missing'
         mexit
.p3e     mnote 8,'*** number parm missing'
         mexit
.pok     anop
         SETREG r0,&str(1),&pa
         SETREG r1,&str(2),&pl,&$SETREGLC
         SETREG r15,&num,&pn
         SETREG r14,&dlm
         icm   r15,8,0(r14)
         l     r14,=v(ZSTRWORD)
         basr  r14,r14
.* copyto
         aif   (k'&copyto eq 0).cp99
.*       ltr   r14,r0                   copy length
.*       jz    &l.n                     no data
         clfi  r0,1
         jl    &l.n
         lr    r14,r0
         SETREG r15,&copyto
         bctr  r14,0
         j     &l.m
         mvc   0(*-*,r15),0(r1)
&l.m     ex    r14,*-6
&l.n     equ   *
.cp99    anop
.* copyto end
.*-
.* module
.*  r12   basereg
.*  r6    number of word to return
.*  r5    current word number
.*  r4    string length
.*  r3    string address
.*
.* Entry
.*  r14   return
.*  r15   number
.*  r0    string address
.*  r1    string length
.*
.* Returns
.*  r0    word length or zero
.*  r1    word address or zero
.*-
         aif   (&$STRWORD).x           already done
&$STRWORD setb 1
&s       setc  '&sysloc'
ZSTRWORD Amode 31
ZSTRWORD Rmode any
         push  using
* Init
&l       setc  'ZSTRWORD'
ZSTRWORD CSECT
         stm   r14,r12,12(r13)
         balr  r12,0
         ahi   r12,ZSTRWORD-*
         using ZSTRWORD,r12
.* setup, copy parameters
         sr    r5,r5                   init number
         sr    r2,r2                   resultant word length
         lr    r7,r15                  setup
         srl   r7,24                     delimiter
         sll   r15,8                   remove
         srl   r15,8                     delimiter
         ltr   r6,r15                  word number
         jz    &l.90                   back now if zero
         ltr   r3,r0                   string address
         jz    &l.90                   back now if zero
         ltr   r4,r1                   string length
         jz    &l.90                   back now if zero
         ar    r4,r3                   -> past string
         bctr  r4,0                    -> last byte of string
* Locate non-blank = start of word
&l.10    equ   *
.*       cli   0(r3),c' '
         clm   r7,1,0(r3)
         jne   &l.20                   start of word
&l.12    equ   *
         cr    r3,r4                   at last??
         jnl   &l.90                   yup, back
         la    r3,1(,r3)
         j     &l.10
* Locate blank = end of word
&l.20    equ   *
         lr    r1,r3                   save address
         la    r5,1(,r5)               num+1
&l.22    equ   *
.*       cli   0(r3),c' '
         clm   r7,1,0(r3)
         je    &l.26
         cr    r3,r4                   at last??
         jnl   &l.28                   yes
&l.24    equ   *
         la    r3,1(,r3)
         j     &l.22
&l.26    equ   *                       blank found
         cr    r5,r6                   the one we want?
         jne   &l.12                   nope
         j     &l.60                   yes
* not end of text but end of string
&l.28    equ   *                       blank found
         cr    r5,r6                   the one we want?
         la    r3,1(,r3)               prep for length
* word found, get length
&l.60    sr    r3,r1                   get length
         lr    r2,r3                   copy length
* Back
&l.90    equ   *
         l     r14,12(r13)             restore return address
         ltr   r0,r2                   found??
         jnz   *+6
         sr    r1,r1                   set address to zero too
         lr    r15,r0                  copy length
         lm    r2,r12,28(r13)          restore other regs
         bsm   0,r14                   return
         pop   using
&sloc    Loctr                         resume main
.x       MEND
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My initial version was created at-hoc, just as an improvisation.

Other suggested variants seem to be the product of real development. Nevertheless, I believe that the extra customizability does not worth the result; it allows this macro to be used with explicit addressing (via registers), etc. which is not appreciated in a good-style development.

After thinking a little bit about my initial version I found one drawback: if too few actual words are presented on input, then the rest of output fields are not cleaned-up. So, I slightly updated it as follows.
Code:
         MACRO
&NAME    WORDSCAN &FROM=,&TO=,&WORDS=1
**========================================================
** The macro to split a character string by words
** Registers 0, 1, 14, and 15 are used as working storage
**========================================================
&NAME    LA    14,&FROM       start of original field
         LA    15,&TO         place for the first name
         LHI   0,&WORDS       the number of names to find
* start loop on every single word
L&SYSNDX EQU   *   
* cleanup output field
         MVI   0(15),C’ ‘     clean first output byte
         MVC   1(L’&TO-1,15),0(15) clean full output field
* skip leading and/or intermediate spaces
         LR    1,14           running pointer, set to end of previous name   
B&SYSNDX CLI   0(1),C' '      check for name start
         JNE   S&SYSNDX       when found - then look for name end
         LA    1,1(1)         shift to next character
         CL    1,=A(&FROM+L’&FROM) prevent over-parsing after field end
         JL    B&SYSNDX       continue check for name start
         BCTR  1,0            shift pointer back when out of string          
         J     X&SYSNDX       end of input field - stop scan this name
M&SYSNDX MVC   0(0,15),0(14)  template for copy name part
* find single name
S&SYSNDX LR    14,1           remember the start of current name
E&SYSNDX CLI   0(1),C' '      look for name-end
         JE    C&SYSNDX       when found - copy it to output field
         LA    1,1(1)         shift to next character
         CL    1,=A(&FROM+L’&FROM) prevent over-parsing after field-end
         JL    E&SYSNDX       continue looking for name end
* copy name part to its place
C&SYSNDX SR    1,14           real length of the scanned name
         AR    14,1           remember the end of the scanned name
         CHI   1,L’&TO        compare to output field size
         JLE   G&SYSNDX
         LHI   1,L’&TO        truncate to allowed size
G&SYSNDX EQU   *
         BCTR  1,0            length minus 1, for MVC
         EX    1,M&SYSNDX     copy the scanned name part
X&SYSNDX EQU   *
         LA    15,L’&TO.(15)  be ready to take the next name
         BCT   0,L&SYSNDX     if less than WORDS number, then repeat the exercise
* continue here with all split names (either &WORDS or less, if not present)
         MEND
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