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I think this is an easy one

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I have symbols for example 123456qwert and I would like them to form a123b345c6qwdert

So I'd like to arrange these numbers and letters to some kind slots, and then add a letter in front of every "slot".

Any commands etc. which would help me?

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I have symbols for example 123456qwert and I would like them to form a123b345c6qwdert

So I'd like to arrange these numbers and letters to some kind slots, and then add a letter in front of every "slot".

Any commands etc. which would help me?

Do you mean, split the string up in parts of 3 and add characters between them?


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Do you mean, split the string up in parts of 3 and add characters between them?

Exactly.

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Exactly.

Hi,

have a look at StringSplit, StringMid, StringLeft and so on.

So long,

Mega


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Exactly.

This what you mean? (Next time, please show what you tried yourself!)

$insertChr = 65
$s = "123456qwert"
$result = ""

While StringLen($s)>3
    $result &= Chr($insertChr) & _trim($s,3)
    $insertChr += 1
WEnd

$result &= Chr($insertChr) & $s
MsgBox (0, "test", "Result: "&$result)
Exit

Func _trim(ByRef $string,$count)
    $ret = StringLeft($string,$count)
    $string = StringTrimLeft($string,$count)
    Return $ret
EndFunc

Roses are FF0000, violets are 0000FF... All my base are belong to you.

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SadBunny I had no idea how I supposed to do that, but now I managed easily with StringMid (Thanks Mega). But anyway thanks :whistle:

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