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Fewmitz

Copying one character at a time?

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Fewmitz

Okay, so I'm trying to figure out how to copy one character at a time.

I thought about adding the current character to an array, then splitting a string at a different character, but that wouldn't work for a repeat of characters.

So anyway I could take a value in say, a textbox, and edit it in some way?

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Paulie

Okay, so I'm trying to figure out how to copy one character at a time.

I thought about adding the current character to an array, then splitting a string at a different character, but that wouldn't work for a repeat of characters.

You mean like this?

$String = "FFeewwmmiittzz";repeated characters for effect

$Array = StringSplit($String,"")

For $i = 1 to $Array[0]
MsgBox(0, "Letter "&$i&" of "&$Array[0], $Array[$i])
Next

So anyway I could take a value in say, a textbox, and edit it in some way?

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Fewmitz

Er sorry, I meant like, specifically taking the CHARACTERS out one at a time and changing them to something else or editing the font of them, or what have you.

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Blue_Drache

Short answer: No.


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