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senormiggy

Hello,

I've got a problem ( again lol :D ).

$dag = 02
Send($dag)

It shows 2 , not the zero , also if i do

$week = 02-11
Send($week)

It shows 9 lol.

Is there something to make it read like what is is, instead of changing?

Thanks in advance

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water

Convert the integers to strings:

$dag = "02"
ConsoleWrite($dag & @CRLF)
$week = String(02-11)
ConsoleWrite($week & @CRLF)

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Gerald

use the statement of StringReplace

try dis

$string = StringReplace ($string, 02-11", "2-11");
send($string)

hope it's work :D

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czardas

Dim $number = 2 ; This is a number
$number = "0" & $number ; Now it is a string
MsgBox(0, "2 Converted to a string", $number)
 
Dim $string = "05" ; This is a string
$string = Number($string) ; Now it is a number
MsgBox(0, "05 Converted to a number", $string)

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