Returns a specific token from a string separated by the given delimiter, for example a string containing "first:second:third" has three tokens delimited by ":". Similar to GetStringToken except that this command accepts only a single character as the delimiter and recognises empty fields. For example "first:second::fourth" has four tokens with the third being an empty string. In tier 2 the returned string must be deleted when you are done with it. You can use CountStringTokens2 to count the number of tokens in the string.


string GetStringToken2( str, delimiter, token )