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hello, im trying to use tooltip to display text from string

for example, $lala = "something" and $time=$time+1

ToolTip($lala + $time, 30, 0)

it doesn't work, any work around?

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to concat strings, use the & instead of +

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ty that solved my problem

im use to programming languages, the syntax difference is giving me some trouble

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It may be a good idea to add a separate entry for string concatenation in the Help file, because:

1. No results are returned for keyword "concat."

2. Keyword "concatenation" returns a few entries but none of them are obvious. I had to go into 'Language Reference - Datatypes' to see the note on using ampersand ("&") for concatenating strings.

Just a suggestion...

Best regards,

-Khalid

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Language Reference - Operators

is an obvious place to look at.


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