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Strings, Quotes And Stuff

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Hi Guys, sorry for this stupid question...

If I do this:

$string=("AB@CD=,123")
msgbox (0,"",$string)

It will result-->AB@CD=,123

But what 2 do if I want to result AB@CD=,"123","456",7 ?

I have found that there is a way using "&"

e.g.

$string=("AB@CD=,""" & "123" & """," & """" & "456" & """," & 7)
msgbox (0,"",$string)

Is there an other way? Can't I do:

$string=(AB@CD=,"123","456",7)
msgbox (0,"",$string)

Thanks-

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You can also use the single quote character, so try

$string=('AB@CD=,"123","456",7')

GrahamS

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You can do this:

$string = "ABC = ""123"" or ""678"""

MsgBox(0,"",$string)

You will get - ABC = "123" or "678"

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P.S. look at item 7 in the FAQ. As it says, you can also double up the quote marks as follows:

$string=("AB@CD=,""123"",""456"",7")

but personally the single quote version looks better


GrahamS

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Thanks, GrahamS.

That did it. :whistle:

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