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hello,

can I write this?

$string = 123

$n1 = "AA" ; number 1
$n2 = "BB" ; number 2
$n3 = "CC" ; number 3

stringReplace....
; result
$newString = "AABBCC"

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Dim $n[10]
$iString = "123"

$n[1] = "AA" ; number 1
$n[2] = "BB" ; number 2
$n[3] = "CC" ; number 3

; stringReplace....
; result
$newString = ""
$sSTring = StringSplit($iString, "")
For $x = 1 To $sSTring[0]
    $newString &= $n[$sSTring[$x]]
Next
ConsoleWrite('$newString = ' & $newString & @CRLF)


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$newstring = $n1 & $n2 & $n3

sorry my example is not complete..

I don't know original string, it is a number like 123 or 345

I would search the first number and replace it and again to second number.... in the string

like:

while

stringReplace...

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Dim $n[10]
$iString = "123"

$n[1] = "AA" ; number 1
$n[2] = "BB" ; number 2
$n[3] = "CC" ; number 3

; stringReplace....
; result
$newString = ""
$sSTring = StringSplit($iString, "")
For $x = 1 To $sSTring[0]
    $newString &= $n[$sSTring[$x]]
Next
ConsoleWrite('$newString = ' & $newString & @CRLF)
like this.. thank you JdeB!!

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