John, I'm afraid I misled you in saying that the "same" feed-splitting that you're doing for CONDUIT data could also be done for NEXRAD2 data. *Exactly* the same trick can't be done because not all NEXRAD2 product-identifiers end with a numeral. For example: L2-BZIP2/KHNX/20071226172702/615/45/E The "/E" signifies the last set of radials of a horizontal sweep. I was thinking "similar" rather than "same". You could try making the "/E" optional, e.g., (/E)?$ (/E)?$ (/E)?$ (/E)?$ (/E)?$ Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: HMA-788722 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: On Hold
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