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185.Text file parser -- How to extract text from 'start' to 'end' in each line?

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Description:
How to extract text from 'start' to 'end' in each line?
Input Sample:
000000 start 11111111 end 222222222
33333333 start 4444444 end 55555555
Output Sample:
 11111111 
 4444444 
Answer:
Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.
1. ctrl-o open source file   
2. ctrl-h open 'Replace' dialog   
in 'Replace' page   
* set 'Replace Scope' to 'Line'  
* set 'Search for pattern':   

* set 'Replace with pattern':   

* uncheck '[ ]Print unmatched unit' option
3. click 'Replace', ok!

Note: chars($match,6,-4) means remove the first 5(start) and last 3(end) characters, only keep the 6th to -4th chars.
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