How to parse a result?

I’m trying to pull data from the website, but I’m looking for a solution to a start less than 1 (0) error when trying to pull data with <> characters into the (piece-segment) section (mods have closed my forum 1 times, but couldn’t find the answer to this question)

Kolay gelsin Aykut Reis , ben kodulara yeni başladım sence nasıl tavsiye eder misin ?

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@Eyup_Uygur Please write in English (official community language)


I want to pull data from the site example (<string = “level” = 1>) but it gives start less than 1 (0) error

:microphone: @Kodular

The start, which is set to startsAt(responseContent, "...") needs to be set to 1 or more if I’m correct.

I did not understand . I need it very much, can you please edit or explain in detail if I send it back

can you provide an example response content and what exactly you like to extract?
also what do you expect as solution?


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Example (1)
For example, I want to draw 1 (so when I write <string = “level” =, 1 does not appear and I get an error.

For example, I want to pull the number here

@Taifun I am still confused.

How​:sob::sob: pls fix

your example is unclear…
in your example response content unfortunately I can’t find your <string = “level” =
where is your level = 1?
what is the yellow marked part?
and what do you expect as solution?


I want to shoot that yellow part, for example answer= DEV F0RIS

And pull number 70 651 615 / 250 000 000

use the parse method from the device utilities

as text use the response content
as start use the DEV F0RIS
as end use </div><!

which will give you the text in marked in the red brackets

then you can further parse the result to get finally what you are looking for

PS: I updated the title of this thread…

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Yes this is (I marked it as a solution) Thank you very much and I apologize for tiring you :slight_smile:
Taifun King

well, it will not work like this, because it will find that string </div><! already here (1)

therefore you have to adjust the end parameter… unfortunately we can’t see what is below your yellow dot (see blue arrow)


Where do I install this block

How so am I going to delete the other blocks?
What am I going to replace them?

start reading from here again

and try something

also this might help
A very good way to learn App Inventor or Kodular is to read the free Inventor’s Manual here in the AI2 free online eBook App Inventor 2 Book: Create Your Own Android Apps … the links are at the bottom of the Web page. The book ‘teaches’ users how to program with AI2 blocks.
There is a free programming course here Course In A Box and the aia files for the projects in the book are here: App Inventor 2 Book: Create Your Own Android Apps
How to do a lot of basic things with App Inventor are described here: How do you...? .

Also do the tutorials Tutorials for MIT App Inventor to learn the basics of App Inventor, then try something and follow the Top 5 Tips: How to learn App Inventor


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Start less than 1(0)

can you send me a sample aia please
( this device block does not extract the values ​​that change momentarily, only the text we have written)