Sorry for the confusion. I entered with 12 spaces between 12 and 25.35 and another 12 spaces between 25.53 and 35. But the system posted the message as 12 25.53 35 (concatenated with 1 space between 12 and 25.35 and similarly with a space between 25.53 and 35.
I could read with a single space between the number and replace with nothing / empty but could'nt do with more spaces.
Its not a very elegant solution, but it should work for what you need.
Dim sTemp As String = "12 25.53 35"
For I = 1 To sTemp.Length - 1
If sTemp.Substring(I, 1) = " " Then
Dim SpaceCTR = 0
For L = I To sTemp.Length
If sTemp.Substring(L, 1) <> " " Then Exit For
SpaceCTR += 1
If SpaceCTR > 1 Then
sTemp = sTemp.Remove(I, SpaceCTR - 1)
Catch ex As System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException
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