How to split a string into columns

Hello to all ,
Having a strings like this, where pipe(|) is his delimiter
10:00 | x1 | 2 | RO | P | Con ausilio  | y1
10:10 | x2 | 1 | RO |  |  | y2
10:20 |x3 | 3 |  |  |  | y3
10:30 |x4 | 3 | RO | N | Con aiuto  | y4
10:40 |x5 | 1 | RO |  |  | y5
how can I break it up into columns, for example, the first char(before first pipe) insert in first variable,
then, after first pipe,  second characters in a other column ans so on
col1 := '10:00';
col2 := 'x1';
col3 := '2';
col4:= 'RO';
col5 := 'P';
col6 := ' Con ausilio ';
col7 := 'y1';
col1 := '10:10';
col2 := 'x2';
.. and so on
thanks in advance

Hi,
check this:
WITH mydata(txt) AS
   SELECT '10:00 | x1 | 2 | RO | P | Con ausilio  | y1' FROM DUAL UNION ALL
   SELECT '10:10 | x2 | 1 | RO |  |  | y2'              FROM DUAL UNION ALL
   SELECT '10:20 |x3 | 3 |  |  |  | y3'                 FROM DUAL UNION ALL
   SELECT '10:30 |x4 | 3 | RO | N | Con aiuto  | y4'    FROM DUAL UNION ALL
   SELECT '10:40 |x5 | 1 | RO |  |  | y5'               FROM DUAL
SELECT TRIM(REGEXP_SUBSTR(txt,'[^|]+',1,1)) col1
     , TRIM(REGEXP_SUBSTR(txt,'[^|]+',1,2)) col2
     , TRIM(REGEXP_SUBSTR(txt,'[^|]+',1,3)) col3
     , TRIM(REGEXP_SUBSTR(txt,'[^|]+',1,4)) col4
     , TRIM(REGEXP_SUBSTR(txt,'[^|]+',1,5)) col5
     , TRIM(REGEXP_SUBSTR(txt,'[^|]+',1,6)) col6
     , TRIM(REGEXP_SUBSTR(txt,'[^|]+',1,7)) col7
  FROM mydata;
COL1   COL2   COL3   COL4   COL5   COL6            COL7 
10:00  x1     2      RO     P      Con ausilio     y1   
10:10  x2     1      RO                            y2   
10:20  x3     3                                    y3   
10:30  x4     3      RO     N      Con aiuto       y4   
10:40  x5     1      RO                            y5    Regards.
Al

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