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Is it possible with stringmid () extract string to left of start positon:

example:

$var = StringMid("string", 3, -2)

MsgBox(0, "2 chars extracted from position 3 are:", $var)

$var = "tr"

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MHz

If you want $var = "tr"

$var = StringMid("string", 2, 2)
MsgBox(0, "2 chars extracted from position 3 are:", $var)

Does this help?

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edy

If you want $var = "tr"

$var = StringMid("string", 2, 2)
MsgBox(0, "2 chars extracted from position 3 are:", $var)

Does this help?

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"string" is for example a substring of another string and i don't know the start position but i find it with the function StringInStr ().

example:

$stringa = " uno due tre 11/3/04 quattro cinque"

$pos = StringInStr ( $stringa, "/" )

$var = StringMid("string", $pos-1, -2)

With the change of stringMid () $var must be "11"

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"string" is  for example a substring of another string  and i don't  know the start position but i  find it with the function StringInStr ().

example:

$stringa = " uno due tre  11/3/04 quattro cinque"

$pos = StringInStr ( $stringa, "/"  )

$var = StringMid($stringa, $pos-1, -2)

With the change of stringMid ()  $var  must  be  "11"

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SlimShady

It would be a nice addition.

But you can do it by hand. I'll take your example:

$stringa = " uno due tre  11/3/04 quattro cinque"

$endpos = StringInStr ( $stringa, "/"  )
$startpos = $endpos - 2
$var = StringMid($stringa, $startpos, $endpos - $startpos)
MsgBox(0, "Test", "$var: " & $var)
Edited by SlimShady

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edy

Fine, thanks

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