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Use pattern-matching to disassemble tag-packed song names

Use scanf-like and regular expressions pattern-matching to disassemble groups of song names and reassign text to correct tags. For example, parse the song name XTC - English Settlement - 15 - Snowman using the pattern %a - %l - %t - %n, sending artist, album, and track number to their appropriate tags.

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  • July 14, 2009

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