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When parsing binary data how can I resolve \h0000 being incorrectly parsed when left delimiter ends with "0000"?

When parsing binary data how can I resolve \h0000 being incorrectly parsed when left delimiter ends with "0000"?

 

This is a known issue which occurs when the left delimiter ends with "0000" and the result is that this is incorrectly included in the parse results.

For example:

Sample binary data: "\h.....3D4C963B0000303030303030302D2D00070200....."
WebParseDataBound(sResult, STRING_COMPLETE, "\h3D4C963B0000", "\h2D2D00070200");
sResult should be: "\h30303030303030" but the result is: "\h000030303030303030"


To work around this issue, parse the complete server response and use the various StrSearch* functions to extract the searched term.

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