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String Replace

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I know how to use a string replace on a GUI box such as:

StringReplace(GUICtrlRead($Edit1), @CRLF, " ") -this replaces @CRLF with a space

But am not sure how to string replace the return of:

$MessageR &= $objEvent.Message

it contains "Application popup" as the beginning of the return for $objectEvent.Message -I would like to replace that with ""

I can't seem to get it right . . .

Edited by Hatcheda

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I know how to use a string replace on a GUI box such as:

StringReplace(GUICtrlRead($Edit1), @CRLF, " ") -this replaces @CRLF with a space

But am not sure how to string replace the return of:

$MessageR &= $objEvent.Message

it contains "Application popup" as the beginning of the return for $objectEvent.Message -I would like to replace that with ""

I can't seem to get it right . . .

We're not done with this YET?! :whistle:

$MessageR &= StringReplace($objEvent.Message, "Application popup", "")

:lmao:


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Crap! that looks like the first thing I tried! But it works! I didn't want to bug you on this one! Thought I might stop short of you writing the whole thing! :whistle: Thanks!

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