Between Markers (simplified) Between Markers (simplified)
Elementary
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You are given a string and two markers (the initial one and final). You have to find a substring enclosed between these two markers. But there are a few important conditions.

This is a simplified version of the Between Markers mission.

  • The initial and final markers are always different.
  • The initial and final markers are always 1 char size.
  • The initial and final markers always exist in a string and go one after another.

Input: Three arguments. All of them are strings. The second and third arguments are the initial and final markers.

Output: A string.

Example:

between_markers('What is >apple<', '>', '<') == 'apple'

How it is used: For text parsing.

Precondition: There can't be more than one final and one initial markers.