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Help inserting two zeros every other two characters in a string

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Mannyfresh15

I need some help inserting two zeros every other two characters in a string

 

#include <String.au3>


$sString = "manny1"

$NewString = _StringInsert (    $sString, "00",0 )

MsgBox (0,"Hello" , "Your String After Inserting 00's  " & $NewString ,0)

the outcome need to be ma00nn00y100 but IDK how to do it. Please help.

Edited by Mannyfresh15

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Jfish
#include <String.au3>
$sString = "manny1"
for $a=StringLen($sString) to 1 step -2
        $sString=_StringInsert ($sString, "00",$a)
Next
MsgBox (0,"Hello" , "Your String After Inserting 00's  " & $sString ,0)

 

Edited by Jfish
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Mannyfresh15
1 minute ago, Jfish said:
#include <String.au3>
$sString = "manny1"
for $a=StringLen($sString) to 1 step -2
        $sString=_StringInsert ($sString, "00",$a)
        MsgBox(0,'',$sString)
Next
MsgBox (0,"Hello" , "Your String After Inserting 00's  " & $sString ,0)

 

Thank you very much that works just fine... (:

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Melba23

Mannyfresh15,

Or you could do something like this:

$sString = "manny1"

$aRet = StringRegExp($sString, "(.{2})", 3)

$sNewString = ""

For $i = 0 To UBound($aRet) - 1
    $sNewString &= $aRet[$i] & "00"
Next

MsgBox(0, "Result", $sNewString)

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ViciousXUSMC

Meh I'll throw my 2 cents into the pot.  

$sString = "manny1"
$sNewString = StringRegExpReplace($sString, "(.{2})", "${0}00")
MsgBox(0, "Result", $sNewString)

 

One Liner just for fun:

MsgBox(0, "Results", StringRegExpReplace("Manny1", "(..)", "${0}00"))

 

Edited by ViciousXUSMC
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Mannyfresh15

You guys are Awesome!  All your codes work like a charm!

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SadBunny

I am so curious... What's the use? :huh2: This sounds like the kind of thing that solves a problem that need not be there in the first place, i.e. it may be useful to explain the bigger picture, maybe you'll get some better ideas?

 


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