|An application I'm using outputs binary output to a temp file like so:|
I need sets of 5, in order, so I would like to get
My attempt was to make a for loop, with delim being "-" and tokens being !A!-!B!. 'A' would be first set to 1. 'B' to 5, after the tokens were set to a variable, 5 was added to them, simple 'A'-'B' got to 31, in which case they set themselfes as the FOR parameters.
Is there a way to get sets of 5 tokens past 31, or a better way of tackling this in general?
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