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I have a list as follows:

{65311, 10, 35793, 21592, 105, 110, 103, 63, \
10, 19978, 35785, 20154, 65306, 78, 111, 46, 10, 35793, 21592, 65306, \
20182, 35828, 27809, 26377, 12290, 10, 26816, 23519, 23448, 65306, \
37027, 20320, 21644, 74, 117, 108, 105, 101, 116, 21435, 21335, \
20140, 26159, 24178, 20160, 20040, 30340, 65292, 37027, 19968, 27425, \
65311, 10, 35793, 21592, 65306, 84, 104, 101, 110, 32, 119, 104, 121, \
32, 100, 105, 100, 32, 121, 111, 117, 32, 116, 119, 111, 32, 103, \
111, 32, 116, 111, 32, 78, 97, 110, 106, 105, 110, 103, 63, 10, \
19978, 35785, 20154, 65306, 73, 32, 119, 97, 115, 32, 100, 111, 105, \
110, 103, 32, 109, 121, 32, 115, 99, 104, 111, 111, 108, 32, 112, \
114, 111, 98, 108, 101, 109, 44, 32, 121, 111, 117, 32, 107, 110, \
111, 119, 46, 32, 73, 32, 104, 97, 100, 32, 97, 32, 108, 111, 116, \
32, 111, 102, 32, 115, 116, 117, 102, 102, 44, 32, 97, 32, 108, 111, \
116, 32, 111, 102, 32, 115, 99, 104, 111, 111, 108, 32, 115, 116, \
117, 102, 102, 44, 32, 121, 111, 117, 32, 107, 110, 111, 119, 46, 10, \
35793, 21592, 65306, 83, 99, 104, 111, 111, 108, 32, 115, 116, 117, \
102, 102, 63}

I want to split it into many sublists where each sublist is extract between

35793, 21592

and

10

For example this list

{105, 110, 103, 63}

is the first sublist from the sample.

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  • $\begingroup$ Take a look at SequenceCases. $\endgroup$ – Kuba Mar 22 '17 at 7:27
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lst = {65311, 10, 35793, 21592, 105, 110, 103, 63, 10, 19978, 35785, 
   20154, 65306, 78, 111, 46, 10, 35793, 21592, 65306, 20182, 35828, 
   27809, 26377, 12290, 10, 26816, 23519, 23448, 65306, 37027, 20320, 
   21644, 74, 117, 108, 105, 101, 116, 21435, 21335, 20140, 26159, 
   24178, 20160, 20040, 30340, 65292, 37027, 19968, 27425, 65311, 10, 
   35793, 21592, 65306, 84, 104, 101, 110, 32, 119, 104, 121, 32, 100,
    105, 100, 32, 121, 111, 117, 32, 116, 119, 111, 32, 103, 111, 32, 
   116, 111, 32, 78, 97, 110, 106, 105, 110, 103, 63, 10, 19978, 
   35785, 20154, 65306, 73, 32, 119, 97, 115, 32, 100, 111, 105, 110, 
   103, 32, 109, 121, 32, 115, 99, 104, 111, 111, 108, 32, 112, 114, 
   111, 98, 108, 101, 109, 44, 32, 121, 111, 117, 32, 107, 110, 111, 
   119, 46, 32, 73, 32, 104, 97, 100, 32, 97, 32, 108, 111, 116, 32, 
   111, 102, 32, 115, 116, 117, 102, 102, 44, 32, 97, 32, 108, 111, 
   116, 32, 111, 102, 32, 115, 99, 104, 111, 111, 108, 32, 115, 116, 
   117, 102, 102, 44, 32, 121, 111, 117, 32, 107, 110, 111, 119, 46, 
   10, 35793, 21592, 65306, 83, 99, 104, 111, 111, 108, 32, 115, 116, 
   117, 102, 102, 63};

If you have version 10.1 or a newer version you can use SequenceCases. For earlier versions you can use ReplaceList.

SequenceCases[lst, {35793, 21592, x : Except[10] .., 10} :> {x}]

ReplaceList[lst, {___, 35793, 21592, x : Except[10] .., 10, ___} :> {x}] 

both give

{{105, 110, 103, 63}, {65306, 20182, 35828, 27809, 26377, 12290}, {65306, 84, 104, 101, 110, 32, 119, 104, 121, 32, 100, 105, 100, 32, 121, 111, 117, 32, 116, 119, 111, 32, 103, 111, 32, 116, 111, 32, 78, 97, 110, 106, 105, 110, 103, 63}}

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  • $\begingroup$ For SequenceCases, it's V10.1 or newer. I know this because I'm stuck at V10.0 :( $\endgroup$ – march Mar 22 '17 at 16:11
  • $\begingroup$ @march, thank you. Corrected the version. $\endgroup$ – kglr Mar 22 '17 at 17:41
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SequenceCases[list, {35793, 21592, sublist : Except[10]..., 10} :> {sublist}]

This ensures you capture all cases including patterns at the boundaries and the middle, including null patterns with nothing inbetween.

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