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Find the next occurrence of pattern in string in Julia – findnext() Method
  • Last Updated : 23 Feb, 2021

The findnext() is an inbuilt function in julia that is used to return the next occurrence of the specified pattern in a specified string starting from the specified position.
 

Syntax: 

findnext(pattern::AbstractString, string::AbstractString, start::Integer)

Parameters: 
 

  • pattern::AbstractString: Specified pattern
  • string::AbstractString: Specified string
  • start::Integer: It is the start position from where matching going to be performed.

Returns: It returns the next occurrence of the specified pattern in a specified string starting from the specified position. 
 
Example 1: 

Python






# Julia program to illustrate
# the use of String findnext() method
  
# Here the pattern is "g", String is
# "geeks" and position is 1
Println(findnext("g", "geeks", 1))
 
# Here the pattern is "G", String is
# "GeeksforGeeks" and position is 6
Println(findnext("G", "GeeksforGeeks", 6))
 
# Here the pattern is "e", String is
# "GeeksforGeeks" and position is 5
Println(findnext("G", "GeeksforGeeks", 5))
 
# Here the pattern is "k", String is
# "GeeksforGeeks" and position is 2
Println(findnext("G", "GeeksforGeeks", 2))


Output: 
 

Example 2: 

Python




# Julia program to illustrate
# the use of String findnext() method
  
# Here the pattern is "23", String is
# "12345" and position is 1
Println(findnext("23", "12345", 1))
 
# Here the pattern is "23", String is
# "12345" and position is 2
Println(findnext("23", "12345", 2))
 
# Here the pattern is "3", String is
# "12345" and position is 5
Println(findnext("3", "12345", 5))
 
# Here the pattern is "123", String is
# "123123123" and position is 4
Println(findnext("123", "123123123", 4))


Output: 
 

 

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