CHATGPT to Mutiple bundles - Getting a long text to different bundles or arrays


My goal is to separate the outputs, one named “total pris” and one “nr”
these two is gonna have different number outputs in the finished scenario (so dynamic i believe). I want to be able to use the two numbers independent of each other. “Total pris” and “nr” is gonna be some kind of firm text bundle. Like “max tokens” “temperature” “number” etc. as seen in the screenshot.

I want those to be like this:
Ignore the actual names here ( i mean the structure)

Bundle 1:
Total pris: — 2.125,01
Nr: — 1589

I want to do this so i later on can pick each separately. I hope this makes sense. I have tried with regular expression but I’m very lost.

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You can use a Text Parser “Match Pattern” module with this Pattern (regular expression):

Total pris: (?<total_pris>[\d.,]+)\sNr: (?<nr>\d+)


Important Info

  • :warning: Global match must be set to NO!

For more information, see Text Parser in the Make Help Center:

Match Pattern
The Match pattern module enables you to find and extract string elements matching a search pattern from a given text. The search pattern is a regular expression (aka regex or regexp), which is a sequence of characters in which each character is either a metacharacter, having a special meaning, or a regular character that has a literal meaning.

Hope this helps!